Unable to find a ‘clear position’ at Man City, Phil Foden speaks directly to Pep Guardiola about his future

The English star is an important link in the tactical scheme and layout of Pep Guardiola’s squad.

He has also been a key player in Man City’s attack since being promoted to the first team under the Spanish coach with different roles that have been changed continuously from time to time.

The product of Manchester City academy has made more than 200 appearances at the Etihad and together with the team won almost all the noble titles in their career with 5 Premier League titles, 4 League Cups, 2 FAs. Cup with 1 Champions League.

Foden showed his great adaptability, with the constantly changing requirements from Pep Guardiola in different positions and ways of playing in the attack of The Citizens. The attacking midfielder, the right winger, the left winger, or the defender for the spearhead striker, and the 23-year-old player has always successfully completed all the tasks assigned by the difficult teacher.

However, sharing with the Manchester Evening News, Foden was candid about his future at Man City, and especially his relationship with his teacher Pep: “He is great, the best coach I have ever had. had a chance to work.”

“Pep Guardiola always tries to change and develop every day, especially in tactics and the way of playing. There are some games where I have to play in three or four different positions, from the right wing, the left wing, then in the middle and there’s a 9 too, you won’t believe it.”

“But many people don’t know that, since I was a child and started pursuing a career in football, I have always played as number 8 or number 10. So I would love to play those positions again, If possible, it would be really great.”

Notably, with the “sudden” departure of captain Ilkay Gundogan, it was seen as an opportunity that could not be better for Foden, for him to try his hand at a “completely new” role, which is something that needs to be considered. The 23-year-old player has been very familiar since the beginning of his career.

It can be seen that Phil Foden does not seem very satisfied when he has not been able to play in his forte position as a child, and expressing his ambition to play in a new position in the near future in Pep Guardiola’s squad may do so. The Spaniard thinks and gives him a chance in this new 2023/24 season.

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