Riyad Mahrez has revealed that he would love to finish his career at Manchester City if given the opportunity and doesn’t see himself moving elsewhere.
The 30-year-old who moved to the Premier League side Leicester in 2014 from French second-tier side Le Havre helped the club to win its first ever league title in 2016 before joining Man City in 2018.
Mahrez now finds himself as an integral member of Pep Guardiola’s squad often being deployed on the right-wing.
Asked about his future, Mahrez told RMC as reported by Goal: My future? I feel very good at Man City. There is no desire to look elsewhere. I don’t know yet what my situation will be. But I’m happy in City and that’s where I want to be.”
When further probed if he thinks of ending his career at Marseille he added: “No, that’s not something I tell myself. I want to end my career in England and Manchester City. So that’s not something that I am considering.”
Mahrez has won three Premier League titles one with Leicester and two with Manchester City. He’s also won three EFL trophies and one FA Cup all with Man City.