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ENGLAND/ MANCHESTER CITY, De Jong to stay

20.06.2012 09.48 by Transfer Market Web  read 1001
Source: The Sun
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The Holland midfielder’s future is up in the air after talks over a new deal worth more than £100,000 a week broke down last year.

City risk losing the 27-year-old for nothing next summer.

But ex-Hamburg ace De Jong said: “My contract runs for another year — so I’m in a pretty good position.

“I want to stay. I’ve been at the club more than three years and I’m feeling really well.

“I have won the FA Cup and the league title, which are the biggest trophies in England.”

De Jong, frequently a sub last season, added: “I saw the club change from complete mayhem at the training facilities into a real top club.

“It’s part of the job I occasionally warm the bench. We have a squad rotation system.

“I prefer to play but it’s all about the team and we won the title, so it was worth it.”

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