Drury earns new City deal

Sky Sports understands Manchester City teenager Adam Drury is joining Burton Albion on loan and will sign a new contract at the Etihad Stadium next week.

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Roberto Mancini: City are to sign a new two-year contract with Adam Drury

Roberto Mancini: City are to sign a new two-year contract with Adam Drury

The winger has moved to Pirelli Stadium on a one-month deal so he can play against Leicester City in the FA Cup on Saturday.

Drury will then put pen to paper on a new two-year City contract after the weekend in a reflection of his potential.

The 19-year-old joined City's youth set-up six years ago and is highly rated by Roberto Mancini's defending Premier League champions.

Right-sider Drury signed his first professional contract with City in 2011.

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