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Man City attacker makes decision on future after three years that ‘didn’t go to plan’



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Manchester City’s Filip Stevanović has revealed that he is ready to make a decision on his future with City Football Group.

The winger joined Manchester City and City Football Group in back in 2021 from Serbian FK Partizan, but the 21-year-old has yet to make a senior appearance for the Etihad outfit, spending his three years at club on four different loan spells.

Stevanović is currently playing his football on loan at Dutch club RKC Waalwijk, where he’s scored two goals from 14 games this in the Eredivisie this season; his best goal return across his various loans.

The 21-year-old had been vocal in his desire to, one day feature for the Manchester City first team, but it has yet to come to fruition. In a recent interview with Serbian outlet Nogomania and translated by Sports Witness, he revealed that he is ready to make a decision on his future.

“It’s difficult when you change clubs every year,” Stevanović said. “I’m not making excuses, but a lot of what happened wasn’t planned, but now I feel more ready than ever.

“I hope that in the second half of the season I will improve my performance and get back on track. I’ll try to get the most out of every loan, in the summer, we’ll see what’s best for me.”

The forward has two years remaining on his contract with Manchester City, but does not appear set for any playing time in the first team.

Meanwhile, the City first-team is currently on a break in Abu Dhabi for warm-weather training as they await their showdown with Tottenham Hotspur in the FA Cup fourth round on January 26.

The month of February will provide no respite for Pep Guardiola’s men however, as they could play up to eight games in four weeks with the return of the Champions League. City will square off with FC Copenhagen in the round of 16.