Manchester City’s wonderkid appears set for a crucial role with the champions in the future

Manchester City’s wonderkid Oscar Bobb appears set to be a key player in the world champions future. The Norwegian international has made a sizable impact in his debut season with the City first team. His impact this season looks set to be rewarded with a contract extension and extra responsibilities in Pep Guardiola’s squad it has been revealed.

Pete O’Rourke reports for that Oscar Bobb is a key piece of Pep Guardiola’s plans at Manchester City. O’Rourke adds that Bobb’s impressive debut season has earned him a contract extension and with that will come more first-team responsibilities. Furthermore, O’Rourke adds that Pep Guardiola rates the youngster incredibly highly.

Mike McGrath also reports for the Telegraph that Oscar Bobb and Manchester City have agreed on a new long-term deal for Manchester City’s wonderkid. He adds that City rejected multiple loan offers for Bobb last summer. Furthermore, McGrath adds that Bobb’s imminent contract extension highlights his importance to Manchester City’s future.

Oscar Bobb could develop into a star at Manchester City

This season has seen the youngster seize his opportunity at Manchester City with both hands. Bobb has shown he is more than capable of being a solid contributor for the world champions. His impressive performances have caught the eye. He now looks set to be rewarded with a long-term contract extension and a bigger role at the club. He can now continue his development at an elite environment with his future secured.

It is also clear that Manchester City’s wonderkid is a critical piece of City’s future. He has shown his immense potential this season. There are shades of David Silva and Phil Foden to Bobb’s game meaning the sky is the limit for what he could become as a player. If Bobb can fulfil that potential City will have a key player for many years to come at the club.

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