English press reports revealed that Manchester City will reward the young star of the team, Phil Foden, with a new long-term contract, and a significant increase in wages.
And the English newspaper “Daily Star” reported the details of the contract, which will be for six years, with a salary of 150,000 pounds per week, as the City management put the England midfielder on the table as a reward for his wonderful year with both club and team, away from the European Championship 2020.
The Premier League champions are keen to match Foden, who currently earns £40,000 a week, with a host of other City stars.
Kevin De Bruyne, Brazilian goalkeeper Ederson and defenders Ruben Diaz and John Stones have agreed to new terms in recent weeks.
Manchester City is at the top of the list of the highest English Premier League clubs in terms of market value for players, after the end of the last summer transfer period at the end of last August.
The marketing value of Manchester City, according to the global “Transfer Market” website, amounted to 934.4 million pounds, outperforming its neighbor, Manchester United, who ranked second, with a marketing value of 843.5 million pounds, followed by Chelsea in third place with 793.3 million pounds.