Aleksander Kolarov considering Manchester City future
Thursday 14 June 2012
Manchester City defender Aleksander Kolarov wants more regular football and admits he has been speaking to his agent about his situation at the Etihad Stadium.
The Serbia international is behind Gael Clichy in the pecking order at the new Barclays Premier League champions.
He made only 12 league appearances this season, and while he insists he is happy at City he wants greater involvement next season.
"I am in constant contact with my agent, so we will soon see what happens," he told the Corriere dello Sport.
"I am very happy here in Manchester, but my goal is to play with greater regularity. I said it to (Roberto) Mancini.
"Money has nothing to do with it and I have no problem with wages.
"It's simply that I would like to be able to feel more of a regular."
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