I want minutes, £150,000 per week A Manchester City player has recently expressed the possibility of leaving the Etihad.
After England’s victory over Italy last night, Kalvin Phillips seemed to imply that he might quit Manchester City in pursuit of regular playing time.
Gareth Southgate gave the 27-year-old a start at Wembley.
England won the match 3-1, guaranteeing them a spot in the championships in Germany the following summer.
Gianluca Scamacca’s goal put the Three Lions down 1-0 until Harry Kane converted a penalty, Marcus Rashford added a second, and Kane added a third.
England’s mission is complete, and Southgate can now utilize the remaining matches to possibly evaluate other individuals.
But despite the fact that Phillips does not play for his team, he still admires him.
Recently, Southgate said it would be preferable if players played regularly for their clubs, and Phillips appeared to make a suggestion about how to make that happen after the game.
Following England’s victory against Italy, Kalvin Phillips makes some intriguing comments.
Phillips received a booking for a poor challenge during the game.
Phillips has hinted that he would consider leaving in January.
I kicked myself when I made the challenge because I knew it would result in a yellow card, he remarked (as reported by Telegraph).
“There are probably not enough minutes at the club level. I may have been fortunate not to be dismissed, and while I would like to play more often, I haven’t in a year and a half.
“I strive to be prepared for anything that may arise. I want to attend the Euros and I want minutes. We’ll have to wait and see.