Manchester City midfielder James Milner is set to snub a bumper offer around £34million from Man City as he eyes for a summer move.
Manchester City have reportedly offered a new deal to their midfielder James Milner to stay at Etihad Stadium as the Englishman will be out of contract this summer.
Milner who scored in the recent win over Swansea City is being eyed by Liverpool and Arsenal. Both the sides are keen to land the player on a free deal while on the other hand Man City are keen to keep him as they offered a four year deal worth £165,000 a week with incentives.
The 29-year-old has started 27 games so far this season, few more as compared to last season. Also, he has started in almost every important games in Premier League and Champions League.
Inter Milan, AC Milan and Roma are also said to be interested in the player, however he wants to stay in his country.
Milner is keen to play Champions League football but it won’t make Liverpool to take a step back from his pursuit.
The Citizens bought Milner from Aston Villa for a fee around £26million back in 2010. He has been with them though the transition period. He has lifted several trophies including a Premier League title.
Columnist: Shah Arsalan