Ilkay Gundogan’s contract with Man City expires in the summer.

The former Borussia Dortmund midfielder is set to leave Etihad in the summer window when his contract expires.

He has featured in 31 games in all competitions for City this season and is still one of the crucial players in Guardiola’s system.

The 32-year-old midfielder remains physically and mentally fresh and has played pivotal roles in some of City’s biggest games this season.

Gundogan arrived in the Premier League in 2016 and has garnered over 290 appearances for the Cityzens in the last seven years.

He has won five Premier League trophies, one FA Cup and four League Cups in his seven-year spell.

He has been heavily linked with a move to Camp Nou this summer but his agent has dismissed any such rumours.

“There’s definitely no agreement yet with any club,” Gundogan’s agent said.

“The focus of Ilkay in recent weeks was only on Manchester City and the birth of his son.

“Now he is in the final and crucial phase of the season and is completely focused on that. Where Ilkay plays next season is still open.”


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