England star only has one year left on his current deal in the north west.
Veteran Manchester City midfield player Gareth Barry has admitted that he is still not sure if he will be offered a new contract by the big-spending Premier League giants, reports the Daily Mirror.
The England international has been at Eastlands for four years now, having arrived in the north west from Aston Villa in a cut-price £12 million five-year deal in June 2009.
However, with the 32-year-old’s current contract with the club due to expire on 30 June 2014, City have still to contact the player about extending that deal.
And with the man who brought Barry to the club having recently be sacked, the player now has even more questions to be answered, starting with who exactly is taking over from the Italian in the City dug-out next season.
Barry featured in 31 Premier League games for City in the previous campaign, scoring just the one goal, while overall the holding midfielder played in 39 matches in all competitions for the club, scoring twice.
“I’m coming into the last year and it will be a case of the new manager having a chat with the people upstairs,” said Barry.
“I’m hoping we can have a meeting soon. I’d love to stay. I’m 32 but I feel pretty fit and I’m on the back of a good season.
“A one-year extension seems to be the way football has been going, so if that’s what is being offered, I’ll definitely think about accepting it.”
Manchester City midfielder Gareth Barry