Kyle Walker Plans To Leave Man City, Names His Next EPL Club

Kyle Walker has revealed his desire to retire at Sheffield United, which means the Manchester City captain could leave the club anytime soon amid the speculations that surround his future at the club.

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Walker has contributed immensely to the Manchester City’s recent success. He is among the leaders at the club and even became the City captain at the beginning of the campaign, succeeding IIkay Gündogan who joined Barcelona last summer.

Despite his status at the club, the Englishman never rules out the possibility of leaving the club in the near future and stated that he would like to join another Premier League towards the end of his career.

Speaking during an exclusive conversation with the FIVE podcast, Kyle Walker insisted that he would like to continue playing at the highest level in the coming years.

“As long as my legs are going and I still feel that I can contribute at a certain level,” the England international player said.

“I don’t want to drop down too low because the lower it gets I think it gets harder because certain things that you have the luxury of having at City – whether it is the facilities or nutrition or other – but I’d like to finish at Sheffield United.”

Kyle Walker explained, “I was there from such a young age until I went to Tottenham and only played five games. I went back on loan for half a season so I think I have about 35 games.

“I’d go for as long as possible but to give back or even pass on my experience to the younger players, if I can do that then I’d like to.”

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