Aleix García, still employed by Manchester City, is currently on loan at Royal Excel Mouscron in Belgium.
He’s one of the few footballers around the world in the top European leagues who left on a temporary deal despite his contract running out at the end of the campaign, meaning he will be a free agent in a few months.
As things stand, it doesn’t look like Manchester City will be offering him a new deal, and he doesn’t really know what his future will be made of.
Using this season to showcase himself, the midfielder feels he’s done enough to warrant a move elsewhere, even with football currently on hold because of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Talking to L’Avenir, he said: “Honestly, I’m not thinking about it. I’ve already played a lot of games, and clubs can see what I’ve done. The teams that are interested know me. I think I’ve shown good things and proved that I can play in another team next year.”
It doesn’t sound like García has any plans of staying at Mouscron beyond the current campaign, where he has been near ever-present this year.
He has made 26 appearances for the Jupiler Pro League club, scoring five goals and assisting another three.