Nicolas Otamendi extended until 2022 in Manchester City
Manchester City is delighted to announce the contract extension of Nicolas Otamendi at the Etihad Stadium.
The club has rewarded the improved performances of the 29-year-old defender with a new contract after missing just one of the 23 Premier League games so far this season under boss Pep Guardiola.
Otamendi has expressed his excitement after he signed a new two-year contract that will tie him with the club until June 2022. Click here for more Soccer Betting Tips)
“I’ve enjoyed my time at City since the first day I arrived and I’m really happy to have extended my stay here by a couple more years. MY only aim is to help the team and give all I can for this Club. I am learning every day under Pep and enjoying my football and I feel I can still improve as a player. I’m a family man who enjoys being at home and I love living in Manchester, you sort of get hooked by it. It’s a very beautiful city and I’m very happy here.” Otamendi stated
As of now, Nico has made a total of 118 appearances in all tournaments for Man City since he joined from Valencia.
Going back, Otamendi penned a five-year deal with the City in 2015 and were named five-times as Man of the Match for the club, including his first Etihad award for December, which makes him become a fan favorite and earned Guardiola’s attention.
In addition, the Argentine international has scored five goals already this season and looking to surpass his personal best with six goals during his one term spell at Valencia. (Sign Up now for more updated news and sports events on 12BET.)
You always want to break your own records. When I was playing at Valencia I scored six goals, and my aim is to reach that amount of goals again, but my main aim is to defend and then if I score goals they are also welcome. The most important thing, as an individual and a member of a group too, is to help the team as best as I can, giving all I have.” Otamendi added
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