What the papers say Manchester City captain Vincent Kompany appears set to sign a contract extension at the club on reduced wages, the Daily Mail says. Discussions have been ongoing over a new one-year deal, with the 32-year-old expected to agree a wage cut in order to stay at the Etihad Stadium amid injury struggles, the paper adds.
Vincent Kompany has praised Manchester United and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer for showing a “touch of class” and supporting his initiatives to tackle homelessness and rough sleeping.
Vincent Kompany is determined to return to action stronger than ever to drive Manchester City to more silverware this season.
Pep Guardiola admits a decision is still to be made over Vincent Kompany’s Manchester City future.
Pep Guardiola felt Manchester City kept their title defence alive by beating Liverpool.
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp questioned whether referees needed to see blood or an open wound before issuing a red card after Vincent Kompany escaped with a caution in Manchester City’s 2-1 win at the Etihad.
Vincent Kompany claims Manchester City’s crunch clash with Liverpool is not the title-defining game many people believe.
Vincent Kompany insists Manchester City still have “everything to play for” in the Premier League title race.
What the papers say Manchester City defender Vincent Kompany is wanted by Barcelona, according to The Sun. It is thought the Spanish side are interested in bringing the 32-year-old, who is out of contract in July, to the Nou Camp to add some experience to their back four.
Vincent Kompany praises Scotland and Liverpool star Andy Robertson – and admits he signed him on Football Manager
VINCENT Kompany has followed Andy Robertson since his Dundee United days – and even signed him for his Football Manager team.
WHEN Vincent Kompany returns to work from his summer holidays, a quick look at his team-mates will tell him how Manchester City will get on next season.