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Manchester City youngster James Trafford has joked that he’ll splash out on “more ice cream” after landing a bumper new deal with the Premier League champions.
The 19-year-old goalkeeper came through the ranks at the Etihad after joining City from Carlisle at the age of 12 and impressed during a season-long loan stint with Bolton Wanderers in League One last season.
City have since tied the England U21 international down to a bumper new deal that will keep him in Manchester until the summer of 2027. And the talented shot-stopper has claimed that he’ll celebrate his new contract by buying ice cream.
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Trafford told the News & Star: “I’ve always just played footy ‘cos I enjoy it. I probably got quite serious when I was 15 or 16 and realised how good I was. But even now, if I didn’t still love it I’d just go and work on the farm with my dad.
“I can live off not too much money, unlike some people. I don’t do too much with my money. I spend most of it on food. Ice cream – I love ice cream. With this new contract, I’ll just buy more ice-cream.”
The City youngster had the option to pursue a move to a Championship club, but he pushed for a return to League One with Bolton. Explaining his decision, he said: “It was a no-brainer to come back to Bolton. I really like the manager and the staff. He believes in me, wants me to play on the ball quite high up, which is how I like to play and how I see myself playing. It’s a good fit for all parties.
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“It’s gone really well at Bolton. We try and play footy, really similar to how the top teams play. It’s how I’ve been brought up. The coach, Gillo [Matt Gilks], has been really good for me. He’s what I needed – someone who’s just come out of the game, played in the Prem, for his country [Scotland], and his experience of the game helps me.
“I’m at the other end of the spectrum. I’ve played 33 games and haven’t got the experience he has, but I’ve got the ability. But you need more than just ability to get yourself through. His game understanding has helped me a lot. He trains really intensely. That’s the biggest thing I need.”
And the teenager has insisted that he won’t become complacent after landing his new deal. He added: “They [City] have shown good faith in me. But I just want to keep enjoying it, whatever happens. I’ve seen lads my age go out on loan or be released and it’s not gone their way. After that first kick in the teeth, I’ve seen some who’ve lost the hunger and enjoyment, and stopped working hard.”
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