Kevin de Bruyne to pen a new 5-year deal at Manchester City


If reports and Fabrizio Ramano are to be believed Manchester City are close to tie their Key Midfielder Kevin de Bruyne to a new 5-year deal. This comes a week after the news Man City have handed manager Pep Guardiola 2 year extension.

Kevin De Bruyne has been signed from VfL Wolfsburg back in 2015 for a reported 68.7million deal after a solid campaign in Bundesliga and since then proved to be a revelation scoring enormous 58 goals and provided whopping 96 assists.

This is what Fabrizio have to say on the contract situation at Man city :

“The contract is now on the table, so official negotiation has started. Obviously for De Bruyne, looking at the situation of Pep Guardiola was key to staying at the club, because obviously, without Guardiola, [it would have been] a different situation for De Bruyne.

With Pep Guardiola at the centre of the project, extending his contract with Manchester City has been key to [keeping] De Bruyne.

All good news is coming for the citizens as their main man is all set to be tied with the club for a seemingly long. It is believed that De Bruyne will cash in improved £350k a week plus bonuses for his services till 2025 if he pens the deal on the table for him.

It is also believed that Kun Aguero will get an extension even if he is injured for large parts of last and this current season. The club have learned from their mistake of letting Legendary Players like David Silva, Vincent Kompany, and Yaya Toure go and then suffer the very next season with uncharacteristic performances.

Questions marks are put on Pep that is he good enough for their ambition, he always inherits a team of Legends they would always be winning, all the questions have been put to bed by a dominant performance against Burnley.

Manchester City will feature in tonight’s late Champions League clash with FC Porto and will face Fulham on the weekend it will be exciting if any news on De Bruyne’s contract officially given by the club.

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