Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola made some comments about the club star that could come true as he continues to plans for the future.
Guardiola revealed that they didn't hand Foden a new contract by a mistake but they see how good the England attacker is and what he is capable of while on the pitch.
The former Bayern Munich boss added that Foden won't be sold at any price as he is the future of the club who needs to take over from senior players who could leave soon.
And Phil Foden has turned to an important player for manager Guardiola at City helping the Citizens in the fight for the Premier League title race marking Guardiola's words true.
His absence after suffering an injury was clearly felt by Manchester City fans who missed his heroics and his return was a major boost for manager Guardiola who has now plenty of options upfront. How Foden has become a vital player in City's squad has proved what the manager said earlier and ours is to wait and see how he will perform this season.
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