Man City star rejects move to PSG, signs new 5-year deal to stay at the Etihad Stadium

Man City star rejects move to PSG, signs new 5-year deal to stay at the Etihad Stadium

- Kevin De Bruyne has signed a new five year deal at Manchester City

- The Belgian will now be at the Premier League club till the year 2023

- He joined City in 2015 from German club Wolfsburg

Belgian international Kevin De Bruyne has signed a new five year deal at current Premier League leaders Manchester City, and he will be at the Etihad Stadium till 2023.

Kevin De Bruyne has been superb for Manchester City this season as he is one of the reasons the club maintain their position on the Premier League standings.

The 26-year-old will earn a staggering £200,000-a-week (R3.4-million) in wages along with £60,000 (R1-Million) in image rights.

Briefly.co.za learned that many clubs like Real Madrid and Paris-Saint-Germain were said to be interested in signing the player, but De Bruyne has now committed his future to Manchester City.

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"I am really happy to have signed this new deal.

"As I’ve said previously, my intention has always been to stay here at City where I’ve felt at home from day one.

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"Not only are we winning, we are playing great football. It’s a pleasure to be a part of and I’m really excited about what we can achieve in the coming years." he said according to UK Sun.

De Bruyne joined Manchester City from Wolfsburg for £55m (R930-million) back in August 2015 and has gone on to make 122 appearances for the Premier League club.

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