De Bruyne is setting his sights on recall at Man City after committing to a contract renewal that could lead him to ten years at the Etihad Stadium.
What did Kevin say and how many gigs did City do?
The international midfielder of the Belgium national team, after much speculation about his future, has written new conditions until the summer of 2025. If this agreement is respected, the man who was pulled out of Wolfsburg in 2015 will reach the 10-year mark in Manchester and join the exclusive Blues stars club.
Kevin told the official Manchester City podcast that he didn’t know the rules about certification, but getting an extension at his age shows the team’s trust in him and that he’s been here for six years and they’ve been pushing so many restrictions with the club and the progress has been incredible.
Previously struggling to influence Chelsea in England, the talented Belgian was snapped at City in the club’s record £55m deal. Considerable value was found in this transfer, and Kevin helped the Blues secure two Premier League titles, an FA Cup triumph, and four League Cup successes. He reached 255 appearances for the club, with 65 goals and 105 assists recorded by the current PFA player of the year.
Kevin wants the team to progress
Kevin De Bruyne became the City’s mascot presence at Guardiola and remains as mobile as ever, despite everything he has achieved. The Blues are on the hunt for the historic quadruple this season, with an outfit desperate to complete their Champions League duck, and the human at the heart of their future plans aims to take the lead in delivering collective improvement.
According to Kevin, he wants the team to progress. He added that even the youth, whom he wants to help them, the women’s team, it is important for this club to promote everything.