Riyad Mahrez renewed with Manchester City until 2025, Guardiola wants to keep him until the end of his career

Guardiola wants to keep Mahrez.

Renewal confirmed by Manchester City who announced in July that Riyad Mahrez had signed a new two-year contract extension… sealing a deal that will see the 31-year-old stay at the “skyblue” club until June 2025.

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Mahrez, who arrived in 2018 from Leicester City, helped Pep Guardiola’s side win three Premier League titles, three League Cups and an FA Cup, as well as reach a Champions League final that the club English lost against Chelsea.

Mahrez, 31, who joined Manchester City in 2018, has made 189 appearances with 63 goals and 45 assists. During this period, the winger won with the “Citizens” three Premier League, three League Cups and an FA Cup and played in a Champions League final.

Mahrez thanks Guardiola

“I would also like to thank Pep (Guardiola), Txiki (Begiristain) and all the coaching staff, for how they helped me develop as a player and for encouraging me to keep improving. Now I just want to carry on and keep playing my part for the team to be successful this season and the next,” the player concluded.

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