Phil Foden has become the longest-serving English player

Phil Foden (24, Man City) has become the longest-serving English player.

According to The Sun, Foden has three years left on his contract with Manchester City and is set to sign a new six-year deal that will extend it by three more years. The deal will keep the former Man City youth product at the club until the age of 30.

Foden currently earns £200,000 a week. The new deal will take his weekly wage to £375,000, making him the highest-paid English player, surpassing Harry Kane.

Manchester City has won four consecutive league titles for the first time. They made history. City won their fourth consecutive league title this year after last season’s treble, cementing their place as the Premier League’s most prestigious club.

Pep Guardiola (53), the world’s greatest coach, 토토사이트 has brought together the best players in the world. Guardiola, who took over at City in 2016 after spells at Barcelona and Bayern Munich, won his sixth Premier League title.

Foden also contributed to the title as a winger for City. He scored 19 goals and provided eight assists, making him one of the best wingers in the world.

No rest for the winger. Now, Foden is a regular on the England national team, where he’ll help England win Euro 2024.

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