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Report: Pep personally now wants the ‘incredible’ £47m player to sign a new contract with Man City

Report: Pep personally now wants the ‘incredible’ £47m player to sign a new contract with Man City

He simply admires him It has been reported that coaching Manchester City agent Pep Guardiola has aimed to tie down John Stones to a new brand-new contract until 2027.

This comes from Football Transfers, with the player’s current contract worth £47.5m.

This player (BBC Sport) will expire in 2026.

However, Pep Guardiola seems to be pushing John Stones to sign a new contract extension at Manchester City.

Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola is now dreaming of a new contract with John Stones until 2027.

Described by Fernandinho as “incredible”, the Englishman is certainly one of, if not the I would say he is the best midfielder in the world.

Last season, Stones’ importance to this team was truly illustrated by his performances in his signature hybrid role where he moved between centre-back and right-back and in a double pivot that proved crucial for City to win the treble.

To the point that Pep Guardiola considers John Stones one of his favorite players at Manchester City and really wants him to extend his contract until 2027.

If “Barnsley Beckenbauer” signs a brand new contract in a blue shirt sky, he will be on track to become one of the club’s highest earners.

Interestingly, when the 29-year-old extended his contract in 2021, a key detail in the agreement was that negotiations on a new deal would begin during the 2023/2024 season.

John Stones’ contract extension would be a breakthrough for the treble-winning team Whether Pep Guardiola will stay at Sky Blues beyond 2025, John Stones’ continued contract extension will be a Great news for the club.

It seems like the former Everton midfielder only got better with time and became one of his team’s biggest leaders and best players.

As long as Stones finds a way to improve his injury record, there is no reason to assume that a defender like him, who does not necessarily rely on his physical attributes, will soon decline.

 

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