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Career gallery: Stones’ story so far

The best images from John Stones’ City career to date after committing his future to the Club until 2026…

The England international has committed his future to Manchester City until 2026, which will bring about a hugely success ten-year stay at the Club.

After joining Everton from boyhood club Barnsley in 2013, the Yorkshireman developed a reputation as one of the Premier League’s most exciting talents, with his ball-playing abilities winning him admirers across the country.

And it was for this reason that Pep Guardiola secured the 22-year-old’s signature in his first summer as City boss in 2016 and, since that point, Stones has been crucial to our recent success.


Since then, the 27-year-old has turned out 168 times for City and won every available domestic honour, including three Premier League titles.

It would be fair to argue that 2020-21 was Stones’ finest season to date, with the defender earning a spot in the PFA Team of the Year after forging a formidable partnership with Ruben Dias.

And that tremendous success transferred onto an international setting this summer, as the Yorkshireman helped England to reach a first major international final since 1966 at Euro 2020.

Enjoy the best of John Stones’ career so far via the gallery below…

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