Manchester City star pictured smoking a shisha pipe

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Manchester City and England winger Raheem Sterling could find himself in more trouble after he was again pictured smoking a shisha pipe.

In pictures published by The Sun, the £49m man who joined Manchester City from Liverpool in July has again been snapped exhaling a plume of smoke – the incident is said to have taken place at the Marina Lounge, a Shisha bar in Wembley, North West London, on Saturday night.

Sterling was also at the bar on Tuesday night, with an image appearing on their instagram account, although there is no suggestion he was smoking shisha that night.

But according to an onlooker who spoke The Sun: “It was a surprise to see a high-profile player smoking a shisha pipe. He was out with mates and clearly enjoying himself.”

The former Liverpool man has previously been pictured inhaling the legal tobacco mix previously, as well as allegedly inhaling nitrous oxide, or laughing gas, which is also legal but can cause death from lack of oxygen.

Speaking in April, then-Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers warned Sterling, and former team-mate Jordon Ibe, about his responsibilities as a professional footballer in the public eye.

The Manchester City man who scored for England against Estonia at Wembley 24 hours before the picture was allegedly taken, flew out to Lithuania with the rest of Roy Hodgson’s squad on Sunday for the final match of their Euro 2016 qualification campaign.