Man City chiefs insist Sterling not for sale

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Manchester City are yet to pick up new contract talks with Raheem Sterling.

The Sun says there is no panic from the club as the England star, one of the heroes of England's march to the Euro final, has two years left on his current deal.

Sterling, already one of the club's best paid players on around £300,000-a-week, is a key man in Pep Guardiola's plans, despite struggling for form towards the end of last season.

After his displays for England this summer, the striker's stock is higher than ever and he will not be sold even if City land Jack Grealish AND Harry Kane.

City have constantly insisted there is no rush to seal the deal, after talks went on ice in the hectic finale to last term, immediately followed by Euros duty.

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