Manchester City believe Raheem Sterling will sign a new contract

Real decision! Manchester City are confident the attacker will sign a new contract before the summer… following an improvement in the relationship between the English star and manager Pep Guardiola

  • Raheem Sterling’s contract with Manchester City expires in 18 months
  • The English star toyed with the idea of ​​playing for Barcelona or Real Madrid
  • His improved relationship with Pep Guardiola has raised hopes for an extension
  • City want the situation with the 27-year-old to be resolved before the end of the season











Manchester City believe their English striker Raheem Sterling will sign a new contract with the Etihad before the summer.

Sterling’s current contract expires in 18 months and he played with a move to Spain, where he played for either Barcelona or Real Madrid.

However, City are now confident that the attacker will entrust his future to the Premier League leaders.

Manchester City believe their English striker Raheem Sterling will sign a new contract

Manchester City believe their English striker Raheem Sterling will sign a new contract

The decision follows an improvement in his relationship with City manager Pep Guardiola (R)

The decision follows an improvement in his relationship with City manager Pep Guardiola (R)

The decision follows an improvement in Sterling’s relationship with City manager Pep Guardiola, who left the 27-year-old out of the team for much of the second half of last season.

Sterling will still have to wait and see how much playing time he gets in the coming weeks before committing to the club he came from seven years ago for £49million.

But in an important development, he has for the first time accepted that he will not leave City this month.

Sterling had been linked with a move to Real Madrid, coached by Carlo Ancelotti

Barcelona, ​​led by Xavi, was another potential candidate for Sterling

Sterling played with a move to Spain and played for Barcelona or Real Madrid

Sterling caused a stir at City in October by saying he was open to a transfer to gain more playing time and has often spoken of his interest in playing abroad.

But with Barcelona and Real Madrid in financial difficulties, he seems to conclude that such a move is unlikely to happen.

City want the situation resolved before the end of the season as they have a policy of not letting major assets go into the final year of their contract. Talks with Sterling’s representatives should begin next month.

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