Manchester City ‘will double Gabriel Jesus’ salary to £ 150,000 a week as they prepare to offer him a new contract’ after tying Pep Guardiola to a two-year extension
- Gabriel Jesus signed a £ 25 million contract in January 2017 and has played 104 times
- Man City are poised to double their salary to £ 150,000 a week in a new contract
- The news comes after Pep Guardiola pledged his future for the club until 2023
- The city’s existing Raheem Sterling job will also increase by £ 300,000 a week
- While Kevin De Bruyne is expected to sign a contract worth £ 350,000 a week
Gabriel Jesus is the latest star of Manchester City who has been awarded a new and improved contract.
Jesus is currently two and a half years away from the current deal, but City is believed to be willing to double his salary to £ 150,000 a week to encourage the attacker to agree on new terms.
The news comes after manager Pep Guardiola handed over his future to the club by 2023.
Manchester City should double Gabriel Jesus ’salary to £ 150,000 a week in the new contract
The news comes after Pep Guardiola signed a contract extension last week until 2023
Jesus joined the club in a £ 25 million contract in January 2017 and has played 104 times in the Premier League.
During his time at City, Jesus scored 43 goals and won two Premier League titles, two League Cups and an FA Cup.
According to the Daily Star, Jesus ’salary increase is part of City’s plan to tie up its best players ahead of Guardiola’s next chapter.
Along with Jesus, negotiations on Kevin De Bruyne’s future at Etihad Stadium are believed to be progressing well and he is expected to sign a £ 350,000-a-week contract that runs until 2025.
Raheem Sterling’s existing job of £ 300,000 a week should be increased to ensure he stays
Kevin De Bruyne is expected to sign a contract worth £ 350,000 a week for 2025
Although the existing contract with Raheem Sterling should be increased by £ 300,000 a week to ensure the English star is with the club at the peak of his career years.
Sterling scored 10 goals in his first season as a manager and has had a lasting impact ever since.
In the following seasons Sterling returned 23, 25 and 31 goals and won two Premier League titles, the FA Cup and three League Cups.
His importance to City is underscored by the fact that he has played in all of their matches this season, starting with all three in the Champions League and seven out of eight in the Premier League.
Sterling has also scored five times this season and recorded four assists for Man City.