Manchester City midfielder, Fernandinho has signed a new two-year-contract extension with the Premier league leaders. The new deal will keep the Brazilian International at the Etihad until 2020.
The Citizens confirmed the new deal on Friday on their official website. “We’re delighted Ferna has signed his new contract,” said Man City director of football, Txiki Begiristain. “He is a senior member of the squad and his professionalism and work ethic are second to none.
“His form has been fantastic this season and we’re happy he’s extended his deal for a further two years,” he added. Fernandinho won the Premier League and EFL Cup during his debut season in England under Manuel Pellegrini, scoring in the final before City regained the latter competition on penalties against Liverpool in 2016. The 32-year-old has featured in all 23 Premier League games this season, starting 22, and has racked up 212 City appearances overall – scoring 19 goals.