Manchester City are ready to offer Raheem Sterling a new contract extension.
The Mirror says City will look to secure Raheem Sterling for the peak years of his career following Pep Guardiola decision to commit himself to the club for a further two seasons.
City have made new contracts for Sterling and Kevin De Bruyne their top priority after Guardiola penned an agreement that will keep him at the Etihad until 2023.
Like De Bruyne, the England winger's current £300,000-a-week contract still has more than two years still to run.
But Sterling has expressed a desire to play abroad at some point during his career.
And City want to strike a new deal with him while his market value is at its peak.