Kompany expects to prolong a contract with City

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The Belgian defender wants to stay in Manchester.

Manchester City defender Vincent Kompany expects the club to offer him a renewed contract for one year, reported by The Times.

It is known that the current agreement of the Belgian expires in six months.

Earlier, Pep Guardiola expressed doubts about whether to include the 32-year-old player in the main squad.

In the current season, Kompany has appeared only in 13 matches in all tournaments in Manchester City’s jersey.

The Citizens are also trying to improve their team and breathe life: Isco can replace David Silva in the squad. City have a desire to sign Real Madrid midfielder Isco and have already entered into negotiations on the football player.

(Reporting by Dan McGlush, editing by Valerie Cooper)

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