Manchester City defender Dedryck Boyata looks set to leave the club when his contract expires at the end of the season, with Greek giants Olympiakos chasing his signature, according to the Daily Mail.
The Belgian is all set to depart the Etihad, and the Greek side who pushed Manchester United all the way in the Champions League this season have registered their interest.
Boyata is set to leave the Etihad after a season spent on the sidelines, with the defender managing just one Premier League appearance all season.
Despite his lack of first team action this season, City have still offered the 23-year-old a contract extension, however Boyata has rejected their initial advances.
Whilst he remains on the fringes of Manuel Pellegrini’s first team, Boyata qualifies as a ‘home grown’ player, which is why City remain keen to keep him on their books.
No decision has been made on the young defenders future just yet, with Boyata set to make an announcement at the end of the season.
Olympiakos completed the signing of Manchester City youngster Abdi Ibrahim in the January transfer window.
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