Manchester City set to begin talks with Phil Foden and Ederson over long-term contract extensions after champions tie down John Stones to new deal… and club chiefs remain keen to sit down with Raheem Sterling to thrash out England star’s future
- Man City will press ahead with fresh round of contract renewals with their stars
- Defender John Stones has put pen to paper on a five-year extension with the club
- Now the champions will move onto talks with Phil Foden and Ederson over deals
- City remain keen on discussing extended terms with star man Raheem Sterling
Manchester City will press ahead with a fresh round of contract renewals after John Stones committed to a new five-year deal on Tuesday.
Stones continued his stunning revival with the Premier League champions — after he battled to win back a place in Pep Guardiola’s team — by agreeing terms worth up to £250,000 a week until 2026.
City are set to start discussions with other players, with the likes of Phil Foden and Ederson primed for negotiations over new long-term contract extensions.
Man City will push ahead with a round of contract talks with Ederson (L) and Phil Foden (R)
City have tied down defender John Stones to a new five year deal worth £250,000 per week
Sportsmail reported last month that club bosses were keen to sit down with Raheem Sterling and his advisors again to thrash out the forward’s future. Sterling, who fell out of favour with Guardiola towards the end of last season, still has two years remaining at the Etihad Stadium.
The upturn in Stones’ form was one of the stories of City’s third title win under Guardiola yet the England international admitted there remain areas in which he feels he must improve.
‘I have set the bar now for myself and I still feel that there is room to improve on the non-football aspect off the pitch and definitely on the pitch as well,’ the defender said.
‘I feel like this is home and I absolutely love the place. Working with the manager is a dream — he has taught me so much about the game and I feel like I learn something new every single day.’
The champions remain keen on thrashing out new terms with star attacker Raheem Sterling
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