Raheem Sterling and Pep Guardiola might have promised to stay with the Cityzens despite their ban from European competitions for two years, but midfielder Kevin De Bruyne is still weighing all this up.
As it stands, City will be unable to play Champions League football until the 2022-23 season having breached rules in relation to Financial Fair Play, and even though they have filed an appeal, teams like Liverpool, Man United, Chelsea and Arsenal are looking to ensure the ban stands.
De Bruyne's current deal with Pep Guardiola's side runs until June 2023, but a recent report claimed that the Cityzens wanted to hand the Belgium international a new £350,000-a-week contract.
According to Sport/Foot, though, the 28-year-old is currently weighing up his future at the Etihad Stadium as he is concerned by the prospect of missing out on two years of European action, and he might not commit to a new contract until City learns the outcome of its appeal.
De Bruyne has again been in impressive form at club level during the 2019-20 campaign, contributing nine goals and 20 assists in 35 appearances in all competitions.