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MANCHESTER CITY - Captain KOMPANY might end up leaving

20.03.2017 19.37 by Claudio Colla  read 669

Though not being tracked by specific suitors so far, at least European ones, Belgian international centre-back Vincent Kompany (turning 31 next April 10) might be leaving Manchester City next summer, after 9 seasons, also due to not being in enthusiastic terms with Pep Guardiola. Citizens captain, currently on a deal with Premier League giants until June 2019, has been linked to Inter Milan, AC Milan, AS Monaco, and Paris Saint-Germain, in the recent past.

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