Manchester City star Raheem Sterling has sent a message to the club fans as the England international prepare to help his country leave a remarkable mark in the Euros competition.
According to The Mirror, Sterling has told fans he won't listen to the rumours surrounding his future at the club. The Englishman says he is busy concentrated on Euros and he is focused to help Gareth Southgate in his vision of landing silverware.
Sterling says people must talk and he doesn't care when they are doing so insisting he will block all news on his future. Sterling understands his two years on the contract at City and he could choose to be loyal to the club.
Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola hinted that there will be big moves at City this summer as he has failed to keep every player on the club happy, remarks which were headed to Sterling and teammate Aymeric Laporte.
Sterling is on Arsenal radar as also Spanish giants Barcelona are interested in the forward if he could leave this summer. The Manchester City ace had poor form which has made Guardiola think of doping him from the squad.
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