Leroy Sane Rejects Contract Extension With Man City, As He Wants To Leave The Club.

Leroy Sane would leave Manchester City at the end of the season after rejecting an offer of a new deal, manager Pep Guardiola said on Friday.

The German international has one more year left on his contract, but he would be allowed to leave the club if they could find a buyer, or he would leave as a free agent at the end of next season.

Leroy Sane made his return to the squad in the 3-0 victory against Arsenal on Wednesday night, after spending almost a year out with a knee ligament injury he suffered last August in the Community Shield match against Liverpool.

Pep Guardiola speaking in a news conference ahead of their English Premier League game with Burnley on Tuesday, he said;
“Leroy has rejected to extend his contract. Everyone knows. If at the end of the season, two clubs agree, he can leave. If not, he will leave at the end of his contract.

“The club offered two or three times and he rejected it,” 

“I am so disappointed, when we make an offer to a player it’s because we want him,” added the Spaniard.

“He has a special quality. We want players who want to play with the club to achieve targets. He is a nice guy and I love him so much. I have nothing against him, but he wants another adventure.”

Sane joined Man City in August 2016 from German side Schalke 04 for a reported fee of about £37 million.

The Winger has made 134 appearance for the Citizens, and scoring 34 goals.

He has won the Premier League title twice, the FA Cup once, the EFL Cup twice and the Community twice in his four years stay at the club.

Pep Guardiola also confirmed that Captain David Silva and Goalkeeper Claudio Bravo would stay at the club until the end of the extended season, having initially been expected to leave at the end of June.

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