Belgian skipper staying at Eastlands.
Manchester City defender Vincent Kompany has promised the club’s fans that he has no intentional of leaving the Premier League champions anytime soon, according to Sky Sports.
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The 28-year-old captained the club to their second Premier League title last season, and has already helped usher Belgium into the second round of the World Cup with a game to spare in Group H.
Kompany, who linked up with the club back in 2008, has four years left to run on his current deal at the Eastlands Stadium and believes that there are more exciting times to come under Manuel Pellegrini.
“I have a current contract with Manchester City, I am very comfortable,” he said.
“We have won the Premier League, we have a serious and attractive project. It is not in my plans to leave the team.”
Kompany also admitted that Barcelona once tried to bring him to the Nou Camp, though he has not heard anything from them for some time.
When asked about the Spanish giants, Kompany replied: “I’ve been close a few times to signing for the club, there was contact.
“But in recent times, I can officially assure you there has not been anything that I know of.”
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