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Raheem Sterling happy at Manchester City despite contract situation

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Manchester City forward Raheem Sterling. | PHOTO: Getty Images |
  • Sterling’s contract at Manchester City expires at the end of next season and he has yet to agree on a new deal
  • The striker has insisted that he is happy at Etihad despite the situation
  • Manchester City has asked Sterling amongst other players like Jesus and Mahrez that they will be sold this summer should they not agree on a new deal to avoid losing them for free

Manchester City forward Raheem Sterling has insisted that he is ‘happy’ at Manchester City, despite the uncertainty surrounding his long-term future.

Sterling’s contract at Etihad expires at the end of next season and he has been linked with a move away from the club for some time.

As reported by SportsLeo, the forward even asked the club to sanction a loan switch to Barcelona in January as he was unhappy with his playing time. No such move occurred though, and after a slow start to the season, Sterling has been featuring more regularly of late.

Raheem Sterling

Manchester City forward Raheem Sterling. | PHOTO: Getty Images |

He is likely to start on Tuesday in City’s Champions League semi-final first leg against Real Madrid and speaking before that game, he gave an update on his contract talks.

“At the minute I’m happy to be playing, to contribute. That’s the most important thing. It would be selfish to speak of any contract situation,” he said.

It has been reported that talks are ongoing between the two parties but Sterling has not yet decided whether or not to pen fresh terms. Barcelona remains interested and it is a move that the player is considering too.

City has informed Sterling, along with fellow forwards Riyad Mahrez and Gabriel Jesus, that if he does want to leave the club they will look to sell him this summer to avoid losing him for a free at the end of next season.

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