Man City transfer news: Yaya Toure closing in on end of contract

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Find out how long each player on the books at the Etihad Stadium has left on their current deal, with a number of veterans set to depart

Pep Guardiola will continue to remodel Manchester City in his image by moving on a number of the older members of his squad when their contracts expire in the summer.

Yaya Toure and Pablo Zabaleta are among those yet to renew their terms and looking set to make the 2016-17 Premier League season their last at the Etihad Stadium.

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Here is the full list of City contracts and their expiry dates.


2017


Player Position
Yaya Toure Midfielder
Willy Caballero Goalkeeper
Pablo Zabaleta Defender
Bacary Sagna Defender
Gael Clichy Defender
Jesus Navas Midfielder

2018


Player Position
Fernandinho Midfielder
Aleksandar Kolarov Defender

2019


Player Position
David Silva Midfielder
Sergio Aguero Forward
Vincent Kompany Defender
Fernando Midfielder
Joe Hart Goalkeeper
Wilfried Bony Forward
Eliaquim Mangala Defender
Samir Nasri Midfielder
Bruno Zuculini Midfielder
Enes Unal Forward

2020


Player Position
Aleix Garcia Midfielder
Claudio Bravo Goalkeeper
Fabian Delph Midfielder
Nicolas Otamendi Defender
Nolito Forward
Raheem Sterling Midfielder
Angus Gunn Goalkeeper
Ilkay Gundogan Midfielder
Aaron Mooy Midfielder
Jason Denayer Defender
Olivier Ntcham Midfielder
Patrick Roberts Forward

2021


Player Position
Kelechi Iheanacho Forward
Gabriel Jesus Forward
Kevin De Bruyne Midfielder
Leroy Sane Midfielder
Marlos Moreno Forward
Oleksandr Zinchenko Midfielder

2022


Player Position
John Stones Defender

Players in italics are currently out on loan. Information sourced from transfermarkt.com and Goal's club correspondents.

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