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Manchester City will raise Radry’s salary in the summer

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Manchester City will raise Radry's salary in the summer


Manchester City this summer plan to reward Spanish star Rodri with a new deal.

The City midfielder has more than two years left in his current contract, but the club is trying to link him and extend his stay. They offer to start negotiations with the player at the end of the season about an improved deal that will delay him at the Etihad until June 2026.

The 25-year-old Rodry can expect to earn around £ 125,000 a week in the future – a significant increase in his current weekly salary of £ 70,000. The former ace of Atletico Madrid, who cost the City 62.8 million pounds back in July 2019, has fully justified these huge costs with consistently good performances since his arrival.

Rodri with 30 matches for the Spanish national team played an integral role in ensuring that the people of Pep Guardiola regained the title of Premier League champion last season.

In that 2020-21 campaign he played a total of 55 matches in all competitions when City became the English champions, won the Carabao Cup and reached the Champions League final.

Now he will be next in line with the Guardiola team, which is chasing the need to get an offer for a profitable contract extension.

Who else should Manchester City look at to tie the long-term perspective this summer? Let us know in comments section.

Rodri was a great signing at Manchester City

The club has spent the last 18 months providing the services of its top stars to ensure that a solid foundation remains in place – and that none of their competitors, either at home or abroad, begin to lure out their mass of talent.

Kevin De Brain, Phil Foden, Ruben Diaz, Joao Cancello, Emerick Laporte and John Stones have made deals during this period – while Riyadh Marrez, Ilkay Gundagan and Rodri are expected to follow suit. The only player with whom “City” could not agree on new terms is Rahim Sterling.

In June, the 27-year-old England winger will have only a year left, and this will make the club reluctant to listen to any proposals for 80 million pounds, and not lose it for nothing next summer.

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