Manchester City reveal that goalkeeper Scott Carson has actually authorized a brand-new 1 year agreement till the summertime of 2024.
Manchester City have actually validated that goalkeeper Scott Carson has actually authorized a brand-new 1 year agreement till the summertime of 2024.
The 37-year-old originally signed up with the Citizens on a two-year lending in 2019 prior to joining a totally free transfer in 2021 when his agreement at Derby County ended.
Carson has actually served as a third-choice goalkeeper throughout his time at the Etihad Stadium, offering cover for first-choice Ederson and also second Stefan Ortega this period, and also has actually just made 2 elderly looks under Pep Guardiola.
The skilled shot-stopper made his City launching versus Newcastle United in May 2021, conserving a charge in a thrilling 4-3 Premier League success, prior to making his 2nd look in the Champions League last-16 second-leg encounter Sporting Lisbon last period.
Carson, a previous England global that has actually stood for 10 various clubs throughout his profession, uses indispensable experience to Guardiola’s team and also has actually chosen to expand his remain at the Etihad by year.
@SCarsonOfficial has actually authorized a 1 year agreement expansion, maintaining him at City till the summertime of 2024!
— Manchester City (@ManCity) May 26, 2023
Speaking to the club’s main web site, Carson claimed: “I’m thrilled to be remaining at City for the 2023/24 period.
“I love working with Pep, Xabi Mancisidor and our incredible players every day. Hopefully I can help all of our goalkeepers be at their best.”
Director of Football Txiki Begiristain included: “Scott is an actual property to our team and also takes pleasure in a close working connection with the goalkeepers and also instructors.
“We’re very happy he has signed a contract extension. I look forward to seeing him support his team-mates and train well to ensure he is ready to perform on the pitch when called upon.”
Carson can be chosen in the matchday team for Man City’s last Premier League game of the period away versus Brentford on Sunday.