- John Stones has signed a new four-year deal with Man City that will keep him at the club until the summer of 2026
- The England international posted brilliant performances last season for club and country where he won the Premier League title
- The 27-year-old joined th Etihad outfit from Everton five years ago and has won three league trophies wo League Cups and one FA Cup
The 27-year-old struggled with injuries and fought to hit top form in the past few seasons which cost him a place in the England national team.
Stones' achievements and last season's campaign
However, the former Everton defender helped City reclaim the Premier League title which made it his third since moving to the Etihad from Goodison Park five years ago.
Stones who also has two League Cups and one FA Cup in his trophy cabinet played a key role in the Three Lions' quest at Euro 2020.
He played every single minute for Gareth Southgate's men, up until the loss to eventual winners Italy at the finals.
Stones' appreciation to City
The centre-back who played 35 league matches last campaign was happy with the development as he said:
"I couldn't be happier.
"I love being part of this squad. There are so many quality players here and I know we can continue winning trophies, which is my main focus.
"Working with the manager [Pep Guardiola] is a dream - he has taught me so much about the game and I feel like I learn something new every single day.
"The success we've had in the last four years has been incredible. To be a part of it has been a dream come true and I just want to continue winning.
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"This is the best place for me to play my football and fulfil my ambitions."
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Jack Grealish has revealed that he broke down in tears when he left Aston Villa to join Man City the same way Lionel Messi felt when he departed Barcelona, Sky Sports, Daily Post.
The England international completed a record-breaking £100million move to the Etihad making him the biggest transfer in English football history.
Days after Grealish left Villa Park, Messi also departed his boyhood club after 21 glorious years with La Blaugrana.