Raheem Sterling Has Agreed Personal Terms With Chelsea And Pushing To Join Blues
Raheem Sterling Has Agreed Personal Terms With Chelsea And Pushing To Join Blues! According to Transfer Expert, Nicolo Schira on his Official Twitter Handle claim Raheem Sterling has reportedly agreed personal terms with Chelsea and is pushing for a move to the club.
Sterling has emerged as a shock transfer target for the Blues in recent weeks and could complete a move to Stamford Bridge this summer.
The 27-year-old has just one year left on his current deal with The City and elected not to sign an extension with the club. The Premier League champions are keen to sell him this summer rather than lose him for free next year.
According to Metro, Manchester City have reportedly rejected Chelsea’s underlying bid of £35m and anticipate that the Blues should submit an improved offer.
Raheem #Sterling has agreed personal terms with #Chelsea and pushing to join #Blues. #CFC are confident to finalize the deal from #ManchesterCity in the next days. #transfers #MCFC https://t.co/F95fvzb42Q
— Nicolò Schira (@NicoSchira) June 28, 2022
Raheem Sterling joined Manchester City from Liverpool in 2015, turning into the most costly English player in history at that point (£44 million). He has turned into a basic player at the Etihad over the most recent six years, scoring 131 goals and giving 95 assists in 339 matches across all competition.
He had a basic impact in Manchester City, assisting the club with winning 10 major trophies and is without a doubt a current City legend. Notwithstanding, the England international has seen his role in the team reduce in recent seasons.
The appearances of Erling Haaland and Julian Alvarez could additionally restrict Sterling’s playing time, which isn’t ideal in a World Cup year.
With the recent updates on Romelu Lukaku’s departure from Chelsea which means the Blues will have a space to replace this summer.
Raheem Sterling is nominally a winger but has experience in leading the line as a centre-forward. His potential move to Stamford Bridge could be beneficial to all parties involved.