Raheem Sterling concurs five-year Man City bargain worth up to shocking £300,000 a-week
RAHEEM STERLING has verbally agreed to sign a new Manchester City contract – and furthermore has plans to open a football institute.
City have made a breakthrough in talks with the England forward over an arrangement to take him to 2023 with wages that could arrive him £300,000 every week including rewards.
Sterling, 23, is set to complete the formalities of the arrangement when there is an ideal opportunity to physically sign the printed material.
His £180,000-a-week deal will get boosted by £100,000 following a successful round of agreement talks and could arrive him £300,000 every week if targets are met.
He pursues a heap of England stars including Jordan Pickford, Harry Maguire, Luke Shaw and Dele Alli to agree fresh deals this season.
What’s more, it will end enthusiasm from Real Madrid and Paris Saint-Germain in the ex-Liverpool forward, with his future focused on City.
Sterling has also been planning for his long-term future and needs to open a foundation in the place where he grew up London.
He was born in Jamaica but moved to England at five and grew up in Wembley, or, in other words a tattoo of the stadium on his arm.
After starting at QPR he moved to Anfield where he broke into senior football and earned a £49million move to the Etihad in 2015.
In any case, it was not until last season that the winger showed what he is truly capable of in a Manchester City shirt.
Not only did City runaway with the Premier League title, Sterling also scored a phenomenal 23 objectives as he bloomed under Pep Guardiola.
And although City broke their transfer record to bring in Riyad Mahrez from Leicester for £60million this mid year, Sterling has remained a key player.
The pair combined excellently on Monday night as the previous Liverpool star set up the Algerian for the main objective of City’s win against Tottenham.
Sterling broke his three-year England goal drought with his sublime double against Spain in October and arranging his authoritative issues will be welcome news for City fans.