Phil Foden (22), a key midfielder who will lead the future of Manchester City in English professional football, is on the verge of renewing his long-term contract. Considering the performance and future growth potential that he has shown so far, he is expected to be treated with certainty, with his weekly salary doubling.
The British media ‘Daily Star’ said on the 10th, “Forden will renew his six-year contract with Manchester City this summer,” adding, “He was able to extend his contract for £150,000 a week six months ago, but looking forward to the long-term future, he renewed his contract after waiting until the end of the season 먹튀검증.”
Since extending his contract in December 2018, Foden has renewed his contract after three and a half years, continuing to accompany Manchester City. Salary increases twice as much in this process. According to reports, the company is expected to renew its contract for £200,000 a week. As such, expectations for Foden are considerable even within the Manchester City club.
Foden joined Manchester City’s youth team in 2009 and made his professional debut as he grew up. As he had outstanding talent, he stood out from an early age and received great attention when he was called up to the first division at the age of 17 in 2017. Since then, he has scored 45 goals and 33 assists in 167 games, going back and forth between starting and replacing.
During this period, he led to numerous championships, including four Premier League titles, two English FA Cup titles, and four English Football League (EFL) Cup titles. Winning the Premier League Young Player and the English Professional Footballers’ Association (PFA) Young Player for the second consecutive year, he was clearly imprinted as a representative player of England.
Amid such performance, Foden has a market value of £7,600,000, according to Transfermarkt, a media outlet specializing in the transfer market. This is 18 times higher than when he made his professional debut. It is tied for fourth in the world and second in the Premier League and Manchester City. In terms of England and central midfielder positions, it ranks first.