Breaking: Highly-Rated Superstar Extends His Contract With Man City

One of the talented academy graduates at Man City, Oscar Bobb, has finally extended his stay with Pep Guardiola’s side and he’s expected to be with the Sky Blues until the summer of 2029.

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The young and talented youngster was handed his Manchester City debut against Fulham in September and has made 16 appearances for the Cityzens this season and scored in both the Premier League and UEFA Champions League.

He was also the hero in a dramatic comeback that resulted in a 3-2 win against Newcastle United. His goal which gave Man City the stoppage time winner was recently awarded the Premier League Goal of the Month award in January.

The progress of Bobb this campaign does not stop at Manchester City, the Norwegian had his first international cap for his country this season. He has played four matches for the Norway national team after making his first appearance against Cyprus in October 2023.

On different occasions this season, Pep Guardiola has shown confidence in the winger. The Man City manager started him ahead of others in a 1-0 victory against Brentford last week.

Therefore, having become an important player at the Etihad Stadium, Bobb has no reason to leave for another club, so he extended his contract until 2029.

The five-year contract agreed with the club will see him earn £ 50,000 per week which is more than triple his previous earnings, according to journalist Arilas Ould-Saada.

“I am very proud and honoured to have signed my new contract with City. It’s an incredible environment and the best possible place to be for a young player – I have already learnt so much from Pep, his coaching staff, and my team-mates,” Bobb said

“To know I’m going to be here at the Club until 2029 means everything to me. Now I just want to focus on continuing to further my development and to work as hard as I can every day to try and help the Club achieve more success.”

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