Man City Suspend Phil Foden’s Contract Talk Amid Transfer Rumours

Manchester City have decided to suspend Phil Foden’s contract talk to the summer despite the report that Real Madrid are making efforts to bring the talented midfielder to the Spanish capital in the summer.

Phil Foden and Pep Guardiola

Foden has become one of the most important players for Pep Guardiola and he’s enjoying his best season in City’s shirt. He has scored many important goals to keep the Cityzens’ hope of retaining the Premier League title, the UEFA Champions League, and the FA Cup alive.

The Stockport-born academy product has scored 18 goals and registered 10 assists in 41 appearances across all competitions. And despite being just 23 years old, he has won all the possible trophies at the club level.

In total, he has won 16 trophies, including five Premier League titles and one Champions League, and he was part of the City squad that won a historic treble last season.

However, despite his performances and his contribution to the team, Manchester City are not in a hurry to extend his contract. The report states that the reigning Premier League champions will only discuss Phil Foden’s contract extension at the end of the season.

The Englishman has a contract deal with his boyhood club until the summer of 2027 but he’s eager to renew the contract which will make him one of the top earners at the club.

He currently earns around £200,000 per week and will need to wait till the end of the season for any negotiation. According to Football Insider, all parties are confident that a fresh agreement over a new long-term deal can be struck in the summer.

Meanwhile, Real Madrid are said to have an interest in the service of the youngster but there is a high possibility that Foden will remain at the Etihad because Manchester City regard him as one of their future players.

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