Manchester City announced the extension of the contract with their attacker, Raheem Sterling, as one of the priorities in the near future. After a short pause, the striker and his club resumed talks concerning the new deal.
During the season, the striker expressed a desire to leave the team and move to Barcelona. But now, the Englishman has regained his best shape and is ready to sign a new agreement, according to ESPN.
The current agreement runs until the summer of 2023, and Pep Guardiola would likely see a winger in the team’s squad in the future seasons. Sterling has made 27 appearances for the Citizens this season in all competitions, scoring nine goals and delivering three assists.