It wasn’t so long ago that Raheem Sterling’s long-term future at Manchester City was shrouded in doubt.
The England international striker has long been linked with LaLiga giants Barcelona and Real Madrid.
However, it looks like Raheem Sterling may now be in a position to donate his future to the Premier League champions.
Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola has reportedly made it clear that he will give Sterling a new contract, according to Fabrizio Romano.
Sterling, who has 13 goals and four assistants in all City competitions this season, has been linked with Barca recently in the January transfer window.
But with his return to the club, City wants to renew his contract – although the club wants an immediate decision on Sterling’s current contract, which expires in 2023.