Manchester City are still fighting on three trophies in this season. Leading the Premier league with 1 point ahead of Liverpool. As well as in the quarters of the Champions league against Atletico Madrid.
And now in the semi finals against Liverpool in the FA Cup as well. However they need to secure the futures of some players already at Pep Guardiola's camp.
And despite Ilkay Gundogan having his contract with a year left so as to expire in 2023. He has issued the update on his stance over his future the way he sees it at the moment.
As per Romano on twitter account, "I'm very happy at Man City. I can imagine staying beyond 2023. There are no concrete contract discussions. We have a good relationship. I'm patient, it's not urgent. "He told Kicker, the Manchester City player Ilkay Gundogan.
However the club will surely need to add more quality in the midfield in consideration that Fernandinho is as well expected to exit the club. At least by end of the season with club unlikely to offer new contract with the Brazilian.
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