Belgium midfielder Kevin De Bruyne is now ready to reject a new contract offer from Manchester City after weeks of talks, MySportDab reports.
The 29 years old is concerned about the lack of progress in negotiations for a new five-year contract.
De Bruyne’s current contract is due to expire in two-and-a-half years.
But, Manchester City started fresh contract talks with him in 2019 as they want to reward him.
However, According to The Times, Manchester City and Kevin De Bruyne are still yet to reach an agreement about the new contract.
MySportDab understands that De Bruyne is disappointed by City’s first contract offer and will reject it.
The Belgian midfielder, was a key player in City’s 3-1 win against Chelsea on Sunday.
De Bruyne earns £280,000-a-week from his present Manchester City contract.
But there are other Premier League players who earn more, such as David de Gea and Mesut Ozil.
Manchester United Goalkeeper De Gea earns £375,000 at the club and Ozil earns £350,000 a week at Arsenal.
De Bruyne is the second highest-paid player at Manchester City but believes he should rewarded well enough to show him as best player in the Premier League.
The 29-year-old won the 2019-20 PFA Players Player of the Year award.
He was also named UFEA’s best midfielder in Europe last season.
He has provided 12 assists and scored three goals in 18 matches for the Ethiad Club across all competitions so far this season.
Although, De Bruyne won’t accept City’s first contract offer, there is no sign that he wants to leave for a new challenge.