Star key to Man City’s future agrees six-year deal with Premier League champions

Star key to Man City’s future agrees six-year deal with Premier League champions.

Man City youngster Rico Lewis has agreed a new six-year contract at the Etihad following a breakthrough year for the 18-year-old.

The defender made his Premier League debut in August last year as a substitute in Man City’s victory over Bournemouth and his season blossomed from that point. Lewis would follow that up by becoming the youngest goalscorer in a Champions League match against Sevilla in November.

The right-back went on to make 23 appearances for Guardiola’s side during their treble-winning season and all this experience is setting the talented youngster up for a great career at the Etihad.

Lewis’ contract with the Manchester club was set to expire in 2024, but he has now agreed to a fresh six-year extension, according to the Daily Mail.
According to the report, Lewis’ pay will be increased fivefold under a five-year contract with a sixth year option.

Several European teams had been keeping an eye on the defender’s status with the Premier League winners after contract talks with the 18-year-old began earlier this year. They will be disappointed, however, because the exceptional star has committed his future to Man City.


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