Vincent Kompany has revealed that he is intending to keep playing for another three years. The Manchester City skipper has completed ten years’ service to the Blues this week, and doubt remains over his future at the club with his current contract due to expire next summer. But Belgium boss Roberto Martinez says that Kompany has told him he has no intention of retiring from international football, and aims to give everything he has to playing, until 2021 at least. Kompany appeared to be struggling when a series of soft-tissue injuries persistently interrupted his career. But he returned triumphant to be a key figure in City’s Premier League victory last season and then led his country to the bronze medal in the World Cup. On the way home from that win over England, Kompany told Martinez that he had every intention of continuing at the top level until he is 35. “He gave me that message at the airport in St. Petersburg after the third-placed game against England,” Martinez told Het Laatste Nieuws. “We then spoke to each other and Vinny said said he felt a burning desire to give everything for football for at least three years. “And why… Read full this story
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