Kyle Walker is currently on the verge of extending his contract.
The England international was close to joining Bayern Munich as he entered the final year of his Man City contract.
Walker recently admitted that a permanent departure was on the cards but he was persuaded to extend his stay beyond this summer by Man City.
The veteran defender is on the verge of extending his Man City contract until the summer of 2026.
Kyle Walker has been an integral member of Guardiola’s squad winning five Premier League titles, four EFL Cups, two FA Cups, two Community Shields and one Champions League over the last six years.
Walker told Sky Sports: “I have an obligation to fulfil my contract. Obviously things haven’t gone for whatever way. Whichever way you want to look at it, it’s not happened.
“But I’m a Manchester City player. I want to stay at this club for as long as possible. I need to do what’s right for me personally and that’s to stay at the top for as long as possible.
“There’s a lot of ex-players have told me, once you start coming down it is difficult. If I can fulfil this season and many more, hopefully at Manchester City, that will be fantastic.”