Manchester City midfielder Kevin De Bruyne is apparently near to penning fresh terms with the People, with his new deal set to run up until 2025.
Manchester City midfielder Kevin De Bruyne is apparently near to penning a new deal with the four-time Premier League champions.
Talks in between the 29-year-old and the club have actually been going on for rather a long time, with De Bruyne recently exposing that he was representing himself in settlements.
The former Chelsea man still has two-and-a-half years delegated run on his present deal at the Etihad Arena, however with Real Madrid and Paris Saint-Germain apparently keeping tabs on his future, City are figured out to connect him down as soon as possible.
Now, The Guardian reports that talks are advancing well and De Bruyne will likely put pen to paper on a new deal soon, with the Belgium international expected to remain on up until 2025.
The report declares that De Bruyne can anticipate a little rise on the ₤ 300k per week he currently pockets in Manchester, and the 2 celebrations are merely settling the last couple of information of his extension.
De Bruyne has already banked 2 goals and established 11 more for City in all competitions this season, and the midfielder registered his 100th assist for the club in their 1-0 success over Southampton at the weekend, with Raheem Sterling scoring the winner from De Bruyne’s cross.