Raheem Sterling has committed himself to Manchester City despite the recently announced two-year European ban, according to The Daily Mail.
On Friday, City were handed a ban from any UEFA competition for the next two seasons, pending an appeal process with CAS.
However, Sterling is said to have committed himself to the club as they head into the business end of the season. His agent, Aidy Ward has said:
“Raheem is solely focused on Manchester City and will not be distracted by any talk of transfers to any club at the moment.”
Despite the Premier League title being long out of reach, City are still in with a chance of winning three trophies – including the Champions League itself, which could be Pep Guardiola’s last chance to win the tournament at City.
The club also have a Carabao Cup final against Aston Villa to prepare for this month.
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