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Manchester City ‘confident’ of extending Kevin De Bruyne’s contract soon

Manchester City ‘confident’ of extending Kevin De Bruyne’s contract soon

Man City offer De Bruyne new deal

Kevin De Bruyne is, of course, one of Manchester City’s standout stars.

The midfielder has been integral to the Sky Blues’ success for many years now, meaning losing him would mark a huge blow.

At 29, meanwhile, the Belgian looks likely to have a few good years left in him at the top level.

De Bruyne’s current Man City contract runs until 2023.

However, City are thought to have been attempting to extend the Belgian’s deal for a number of months now:

Concerningly, though, it was reported in January that KDB had been left ‘annoyed’ by one of City’s more recent offers:

Kevin De Bruyne contract update

And now, on Sunday, a fresh update on De Bruyne’s contract situation has been provided.

As per the reliable Fabrizio Romano, the Manchester powerhouse will not listen to any bids for the midfielder in the summer.

Romano adds that City are ‘working and progressing’ in talks to extend De Bruyne’s deal, whilst ‘confident’ of finding an agreement in the near future:

See also: “I am convinced now that God is a Man City fan” Klopp blames divine intervention for poor form

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This article was edited by Conor Laird.

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