Phil Foden wants to spend his whole career at Man City.
The Man City academy graduate can’t imagine himself playing for any other club.
The 20-year old is enjoying the best season of his career racking in nine goals and five assists in 27 games in all competitions.
The England international recently played his 100th match for the Cityzens and is destined to become one of England’s most gifted playmakers.
He joined City at the age of four and went on to graduate from the academy and slowly became one of Pep Guardiola’s crucial players.
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“I can only see myself playing for Manchester City, considering how much I’ve supported them from a young age,” Foden told Football Focus.
“It always helps when you play for a club you support.”
“When I was younger, it was a dream to play for the club, so never did I think I would make it to 100 appearances so early,” added Foden.
“I gave the shirt from that [West Brom] game to my family and they got it framed.”