Manchester City midfielder, Fernandinho is set to put pen-to-paper on a new one-year contract with Manchester City, according to The Mail.
Fernandinho is currently Manchester City’s longest-serving player, but his deal with the club will. Be ending this summer.
The talented midfielder has also been listed among the players released by Manchester City, but things are about to change.
According to Daily Mail, Manchester City are willing to offer the Brazilian a new one-year contract that will see him be at City next season.
Manchester City are willing to add more quality to their squad after losing Sergio Aguero and Eric Garcia on a free transfer.
According to the report, Fernandinho has agreed on terms over a 12-month extension, and a formal announcement will be made shortly.
Fernandinho has become an essential part of Manchester City’s success, and he was the team captain last season when they won the Premier League and Carabao Cup.
The deal will also be a plus for Manchester City, who will be willing to have such an experienced player in their set-up ahead of next season.