Manchester City FC intends to extend the contract of teenager Rico Lewis.
Manchester City FC intends to extend Rico Lewis’ contract after the 18-year-old broke into Pep Guardiola’s first team.
Lewis has impressed since making his debut earlier this season, starting all three of City’s games following the World Cup and reducing the club’s need to sign a new full back.
The academy graduate’s current contract has more than four years left on it, but the Premier League champions are keen to renegotiate terms in the coming weeks.
Lewis will follow in the footsteps of fellow homegrown talents Phil Foden and Cole Palmer, who both received pay raises after making an impression in Guardiola’s squad in recent seasons. Negotiations with the adolescent have yet to begin, but he can expect to earn significantly more than his current weekly salary of around £5,000.00.
We anticipate a peaceful resolution to Lewis’s future. City has a good working relationship with the player’s agency, which also represents Palmer and Kyle Walker.
Guardiola has publicly praised the England Under 19 international, who joined City’s academy a decade ago and believes he has the tools to become a mainstay at the Etihad Stadium.
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