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Manchester City renews contract with Belgian Kevin De Bruyne until 2025 – Prime Time Zone

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The midfielder arrived at the club in 2015, from Wolfsburg, Germany, and played 255 games with the English team’s shirt, having scored 65 goals and given 105 assists.

Reproduction / Manchester CityDe Bruyne renew contract with Manchester City until 2025

O Manchester City does not want to lose his main player to other clubs and tried to renew the contract with Kevin De Bruyne. On the morning of this Wednesday, 7, the English club announced that it extended the link with the Belgian until 2025 – the previous one was valid until June 2023. The extension takes place right after the midfielder is fundamental in the 2-1 victory, Borussia Dortmund goes up, in the first round of the quarterfinals of the Champions League – he went to the networks once and participated in Gundogan’s goal, which gave the advantage for the return match, scheduled for next week.

“I couldn’t be happier. Since I joined City in 2015, I have felt at home. I love the fans, my family is established here in Manchester and my own game has been developing very well, ”said De Bruyne in statements published on the club’s official website, also extolling the partnership with Spanish coach Pep Guardiola. “Pep and I see football the same way. Having this relationship with a manager is very important to me because our goals are fully aligned and we want the same things ”, added the Belgian midfielder.

De Bruyne arrived at Manchester City in 2015, signed from Wolfsburg, Germany, and played 255 games with the English team’s shirt, having scored 65 goals and given 105 assists. The Belgian has already won two editions of the English Premier League, one of the FA Cup, four of the FA Cup and one of the Super Cup. In the current season, Manchester City leads the English Championship with a large advantage, is in the semifinals of the FA Cup (against Chelsea), in the English League Cup final (against Tottenham) and in the quarterfinals of the UEFA Champions League Europe.

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