Spanish youth player Manu Garcia has announced online that he has signed a contract extension with Manchester City. Garcia is currently on-loan in Spain for La Liga side Alaves.
The young midfielder announced tonight (on his Twitter page) that he had agreed to stay beyond his current agreement by penning another contract with the Blues.
— Manu García Alonso (@Manugarcia_98) November 30, 2016
The midfielder has been at City since signing for the club in 2014 from Spanish side Sporting Gijon. Garcia already made his Premier League debut for the club when he came on as a second-half substitute for Yaya Toure in April away to Aston Villa.
His loan spell has not gathered the desired success as he is yet to make his league debut for Alaves this season despite their newly promoted status in La Liga.
Known for his passing range and ability to find space, Garcia is widely tipped to become a first-team regular at City in the coming years. Now his long-term future is tied down, the intentions of all parties are already pretty clear.