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Foden set for new deal

Manchester City are ready to offer Phil Foden an improved new deal, which will see the young midfielder earn a substantial pay rise.

Foden is already under contract at the Etihad, having signed a six-year contract back in 2018, but now they want to try and secure the long-term future of their academy graduate.

Foden broke into the England senior side earlier this month, making his full debut against Iceland in the Nations League, and made headlines for the wrong reasons when he was subsequently sent home in disgrace, along with Manchester United’s Mason Greenwood, for bursting the bio-secure Covid-19 bubble.

Despite that Foden continues to prosper until Pep Guardiola and was in fine form on Monday night as City got their Premier League campaign off to a winning start at Wolves, with Foden amongst the goal scorers.

City are determined not to repeat they made with Jadon Sancho by allowing a major young talent to leave them and go on to become a superstar elsewhere.

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