Ilkay Gundogan admits he could leave Man City with title hero set for talks amid transfer interest in Kalvin Phillips

MANCHESTER CITY’S title hero Ilkay Gundogan plans to carry talks over his future with the membership this summer time.

The German worldwide – who struck twice in six minutes against Aston Villa on the ultimate day – goes into the ultimate 12 months of his contract.

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There were reports that City have told him he can go – though Pep Guardiola later insisted he would love the previous Borussia Dortmund man to stay.

Nevertheless the champions are searching for a brand new central midfielder this summer time with Leeds’ England man Kalvin Phillips on their list of targets.

Gundogan discovered himself on the bench greater than he would have preferred over the ultimate few weeks of the season and admits he faces a dilemma.

He mentioned: “We are going to get collectively in the end and trade our concepts and plans, after which we are going to see what comes of it.


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“The query is whether or not and after I need to do one thing new once more.

“I haven’t really answered this query for myself but.

“Football-wise there is no better place than Manchester City under Pep Guardiola and that will hardly change in the next few years.”

Gundogan, 31, began 20 of Metropolis’s Prem matches this season – however typically discovered himself benched for the essential video games in the course of the run-in.


He made a huge effect after coming off the bench within the last day win over Villa however says he would ideally like to start more often.

He advised Kicker: “After all I’d have preferred to play a bit of longer in a single or two necessary video games over the previous couple of months. That’s no secret.

“I am a player who always wants to play. I also need that for my rhythm, otherwise I often find it difficult,”

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