Manchester City goalkeeper Joe Hart will sign a new long-term deal at the Eithad Stadium which will keep him until 2019, according to BBC.
Hart was signed from Shrewsbury Town by Manchester City in 2006. The 27-year-old has made 273 appearances for the Citizens since his move. He has made 20 appearances in Premier League and Champions League for far this season.
The Englishman has won two Premier League titles, one FA and League Cup with Manchester City.
The England goalkeeper told that he is very happy at the club and has a long term plan with Manchester City. He loves the fans and he will sign a five-year-deal in the near future.
Joe Hard told: “As far as I am aware it is pretty much sorted. I want to be here as long as I can. I love this place and I love everything about Manchester City. I have been here for a long time. I feel like it is my club now. I am very happy at this club and hopefully in the near future I will be signing that contract.”
While James Milner is also expected to sign a new deal. The Englishman whose current deal will expire at the end of this season is expecting his side to offer him a new better deal.
The 28-year-old has shown some decent performances in the recent weeks for the Citizens while keeping his first team place.
Milner said that he is hoping to sort this out soon, he wants to help his side in the upcoming games.
City signed Milner from Aston Villa for a fee around £28.5 million in 2010. He has made 169 appearances since his move.
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