Premier League – Chelsea and Manchester City would have agreed for Raheem Sterling

Manchester City continues to strengthen its “competitors”. A few days after selling Gabriel Jesus to Arsenal, the Citizens have, according to Fabrizio Romano, reached an agreement with Chelsea for the transfer of Raheem Sterling. The 27-year-old winger, who has learned to evolve on the whole front of the attack under the orders of Pep Guardiola, should join the London club against 45 million pounds, to which will be added 10 million bonuses. That is, in total, more than 60 million euros when he only has one year left on his contract.

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The Italian transfer window specialist explains that the Mancunian club has given its final agreement for the operation. As for the negotiations between the player and his future club, they would have ended several days ago already, for a contract until 2027, plus an optional season. Thomas Tuchel would have already exchanged with the player trained in Liverpool, who will have spent seven seasons in Manchester. And who will therefore continue his way among the best teams in the Kingdom.

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However, the exchanges between the two clubs should not stop there. Still according to Fabrizio Romano, discussions will take place in the coming days around Mancunian central defender Nathan Aké, who would already be in agreement with Chelsea. City would still be greedy in this case, since they would almost like to recover their summer 2020 stake, namely just under 50 million euros.


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