“My intention is to stay there”, – said Kalvin Phillips.
Daily Express journalist Ryan Taylor revealed to GIVEMESPORT, Man City midfielder Kalvin Phillips could be moved on from the Etihad as early as this summer.
Phillips arrived at Man City as part of a £42 million transfer from Leeds United. He featured just 21 times across all competitions for the Blues.
Phillips has spoken out about his wish to stay at City and said: “My intention is to stay there. We have just won the treble, so there is no reason for me to leave.”
Ryan Taylor also talked about the 27-year-old, “I was a little bit surprised he didn’t play against Arsenal (in the Community Shield) because you see Kovacic come in and start straight away.
“You sort of think, there’s been this feeling that Phillips needs to be eased in and then Kovacic is a starter already.
“So I can’t see it working out for him at City, unfortunately. I think it has turned out to be a bit of a poor move really, because at the time when he was flying at Leeds, I think he would have been an asset to so many other big six clubs.”
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