Undoubtedly, Manchester city are best team in the English Premier league,after the blue cytizens humiliated Manchester arch rivals united,in a nine goals thriller match. City have set their sights to clinch third consecutive premier league silverware.
Pep Guardiola is still determined to enforce his squad,since he is eager to win a European trophy the only missing piece at Etihad Stadium. Addition of Haaland and Alvarez have improved City's squad depth,the most valuable squad in the world.
Ahead of the busy January transfer window,Pep is really pushing a deal for a 22 year old English Midfielder Foden. According to Fabrizio Romano,City have reached an agreement in principle with Phil Foden and his agent for an improved contract until 2027.
Foden is set to for a new five years contract at his boyhood club,with final details remaining about image rights, discussions ongoing to get it sealed soon. Real Madrid might be tempted to submit a bid for the youngster,who is considered untouchable by City.
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