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Manchester City: Sky Blues erupt as Fernandinho news emerges

Manchester City: Sky Blues erupt as Fernandinho news emerges - Manchester City News

According to a report by Daily Mail correspondent Jack Gaughan, via City Xtra, the club have held post-retirement role discussions with Manchester City favourite Fernandinho and there is even a growing possibility of the midfielder extending his stay at the Etihad Stadium after recent performances.

The Brazilian has been a mainstay since signing at Eastlands back in the summer of 2013, making 347 appearances in all competitions whilst scoring 24 goals and assisting 28 others as a defensive midfielder (Transfermarkt).

He has been a pivotal member of the squad over City’s last few Premier League title triumphs under Pep Guardiola and has continued to play a role when called upon this campaign.

The 36-year-old captained City to a stunning victory over Paris-Saint Germain in their Champions League semi-final tie midweek after being handed the nod over Rodri, and his gritty performance highlighted exactly why supporters love him.

Now, Mail journalist Gaughan says there is a ‘growing possibility’ of the midfield colossus extending his contract after recent performances and the club have even held discussions with him over remaining at the club post-retirement.

Flocking to this claim, many Sky Blues have understandably erupted – find all of their best verdicts from social media down below.

Man City fans erupt over Fernandinho news

“I am on my knees, give him whatever he wants”

Credit: @amlmcfc


Credit: @ManCitehzen


Credit: @onemilli19

“Let’s gooooo”

Credit: @deyab_mcfc


Credit: @FouldsAshley

“Sign him for another 10 years”

Credit: @itscharly19_

“Give him a 50 year contract imo”

Credit: @mohameddamiin2

In other news: Man City fans blasted this PSG ‘clown’ after what he said, find out more here.

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