Manchester city youngster sends a warning to premier league teams
By kakamanu | self meida writer
Published 15 days ago - 17 views
Manchester city youngster Phil Foden has been performing well since he joined the first team last year from the Manchester city academy. Phil is an England international player who was born early in 2000,he plays as a left winger in Manchester city squad where he has had 101 appearances and scored twenty goals with 10 assists.
Phil Foden has been shining and performing really well more than any other youngster player in the premiere league. However,he has emerged as the best youngest player so far after being man of the match in a Saturday derby against Liverpool. He scored a goal and made an assist which helped them to go five points clear on top with a game in hand.
However, when Phil was asked by the media about his future at the club,Phil said that he will not leave Manchester city and that he will keep on scoring his opponents. Furthermore, the he said that he will like to scored as more goals as possible in order to maintain his position in Guardiola's squad.
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