The Belgian midfielder’s current agreement with the club will expire in 2023.
Belgian midfielder of English Manchester City Kevin de Bruyne is independently negotiating with the club about a possible extension of the current contractual agreement.
“I am happy in Manchester, – said the footballer,” I am in a good club. With good leadership. We are gradually negotiating, but not much progress in them. At the moment, I am negotiating myself. I would like to stay at the club, so problems shouldn’t arise. If I didn’t want to stay, I would need some kind of intermediary. But when you want to stay, it’s not that difficult. ”
We will remind that earlier the ex-agent of Kevin de Bruyne Patrick de Coster was arrested on suspicion of money laundering and the use of forged documents. Since then, the player has independently negotiated.
The Belgian moved to Manchester City in 2015 for £ 55 million from Wolfsburg, Germany, and signed his first contract extension in January 2018. According to the source, the footballer received a significant salary increase after winning the England Player of the Year title last season.
In May 2020, de Bruyne hinted that his future career could begin to develop elsewhere, but at that time the “townspeople” were just awaiting a verdict on their appeal against the ban on participation in the UEFA Champions League, which was eventually canceled by the Court of Arbitration for Sport …
The current player’s contract is valid until 2023.
The 29-year-old midfielder has already played 232 matches for Manchester City, in which he has scored 58 goals and 96 assists. At the moment of the season, de Bruyne is in the disposition of his national team, which he helped the day before to beat England (2: 0), which allowed the “red devils” to come close to reaching the UEFA Nations League playoffs.
The next possible match with Kevin is the home game against Denmark, which is scheduled for Wednesday 18 November. Beginning at 21:45 Kiev time.