Man City to Hand Joe Hart £29m Contract: England Man to Sign New Five Year Deal

Etihad Stadium custodian to get bumper new deal.

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England keeper is set to be handed a massive new contract when he returns to the Etihad Stadium with Man City ready to hand the 27 year old a new five year deal according to the Daily Star.

Hart has two years left on his current contract but will see his £70k a week deal increased to £110k a week having fought off the challenge of giant Romanian Costel Pantilimon last season.

Malaga custodian Willy Caballero is considered a player Manuel Pellegrini will bring in to replace Pantilimon, who has left the Premier League title holders.

Man City are set to spend big on a new central defender to partner captain Vincent Kompany and are closing in on a deal to bring in FC Porto’s Fernando for a reported £16m.

Pellegrini is running the rule over FC Porto’s Eliaquim Mangala and Mehdi Benatia of Roma as potential centre-back signings whilst Bacary Sagna’s arrival will lead to Micah Richards bringing an end to his 11 year association with the club.

Meanwhile left wing-back Aleksandar Kolarov has put pen to paper on a new three year deal and has stated his happiness at reaching a deal with the club;

“I’m very happy and very proud of this new contract.

I will give to this club probably the best stages of my football career.

“I’m very happy I continue with this club which feels like my home.

“We have won everything in England and I think we can do a lot more in Europe.”

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