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ENGLAND/ OFFICIAL, David Silva agrees new Manchester City deal

17.09.2012 16.37 by TM W  read 1273
Source: mcfc.co.uk
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David Silva is the latest big name, world star to pledge his long-term future to Manchester City, by agreeing a new five-year contract to run until summer 2017.

The attacking midfielder follows in the boot prints of international stars including England keeper Joe Hart and Belgium and Blues skipper Vincent Kompany who have also committed their long term future to the Blues this summer as the Club seeks to solidify a core of key talent within its squad.

The news is a big and timely boost ahead of Tuesday night’s Uefa Champions League blockbuster in the Bernabeu against Real Madrid when Silva will return to his home land for the second time in City colours.

Silva’s new deal with be met with joy on the terraces at the Etihad Stadium and the mercurial midfielder is equally popular with his own teammates who have nicknamed him ‘Merlin’ thanks to his wizardry and trickery on the ball.

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