The protracted move that will see Raheem Sterling move from Liverpool to Manchester City is finally nearing the end with the clubs having agreed on a price.
Man City and Liverpool have agreed a fee of £49 million for the transfer of Raheem Sterling…
Man City target Raheem Sterling has been named the most valuable young player in Europe by the Soccerex 20 Football Value Index…
Liverpool prepare to take their spending past £80 million for the summer, which is good news for Man City as they launch a third bid to secure Raheem Sterling…
Manchester City have apparently hit the targets UEFA set for them after running afoul of FFP regulations and the European governing body have lifted transfer and player expense restrictions for this summer.
Chelsea are one of a number of teams interested in Raheem Sterling but will not meet Liverpool's valuation of Sterling, which stands at £50m.
Raheem Sterling should be aware that The Etihad hasn’t been the happiest of hunting grounds for Englishmen in recent years…
Liverpool have told Man City to double their £25 million bid for unsettled winger Raheem Sterling
A £25 million bid for Raheem Sterling is ‘imminent’ as Man City re-stock their home-grown quota.
ESPNFC.com is reporting that they have sources that have indicated that Liverpool would be willing to swap Raheem Sterling for Theo Walcott and Kieran Gibbs.
Raheem Sterling is thought to be wanting away from Anfield this summer as headlines in the UK press are saying that he has already put in a request.
Liverpool climb to within four points of Manchester City for the final Champions League spot with a 2-0 win over Newcastle United.
Raheem Sterling expects to be available for Liverpool's important match against Arsenal this weekend despite an early exit from the Three Lions for a toe injection.
Raheem Sterling has returned to training for Liverpool as the Reds prepare to face off against Besiktas on Thursday.