The England international had been connected with Real Madrid yet will now stay at the Etihad Stadium until no less than 2023
Sterling is presently attached to the club until 2023 subsequent to concurring a lucrative new arrangement that could acquire him as much as £300,000 every week.
City had been attempting to restore the England international agreement since last season however just achieved a leap forward in the previous couple of weeks.
The 23-year-old had been connected with a move to Real Madrid however has now dedicated his future to City for the next five years.
‘I’m charmed to sign – my advancement here has been unimaginable,’ Sterling said. ‘I felt from the moment I arrived it was the correct decision for me. It’s extremely satisfied for me and I’m extremely appreciative.
‘Each season you come in you need to improve the situation than your past season. You need to attempt and create and show signs of improvement.
“With the offices we have here there’s no reason not to. With the training staff and the players we have in this group it’s the ideal condition to create and show signs of improvement.”
Sterling is in his fourth season with City in the wake of joining the club from Liverpool in 2015.
The England international has set up himself as one of the Premier League’s best assaulting players, and set up together a vocation year last season as City won the Premier League and Carabao Cup.
Sterling scored 23 goals and included 17 aids 46 coordinates over all rivalries in 2017-18, and has proceeded with that shape into this season with seven goals in 14 games in all rivalries.
“This is a noteworthy minute for the club,” Manchester City chief of football Txiki Begiristain said.
“Raheem has enhanced drastically in the previous two seasons and is currently one of the Premier League’s best assaulting players. His insights recount their own story.
“He’s speedy, solid and astounding before goal – everything a present day forward requires to exceed expectations.
“We’re altogether pleased he has submitted his future to City.”