Real Madrid is reported to have turned to Manchester City winger Raheem Sterling, having missed out on both Erling Haaland and Kylian Mbappe. Manchester City striker Raheem Sterling is set to be targeted by Real Madrid this summer, reports The Daily Star. Real Madrid is said to have identified Manchester City attacker Raheem Sterling as their summer transfer target. According to ESPN, Real Madrid is monitoring Manchester City midfielder Raheem Sterling, who is still not signed a new deal to his current contract with Etihad Stadium.
Manchester City is set to decide on Raheem Sterling’s future. According to reports, Manchester City is set to decide on Raheem Sterling’s future this summer, with Arsenal closing in on a deal. LaLiga giants Barcelona are targeting a loan move for Manchester City striker Raheem Sterling, according to Sports. Despite speculation that Gabriel Jesus is being moved, Arsenal is also currently keeping tabs on Manchester City teammate Raheem Sterling, an England international. Speaking of Raheem Sterling’s situation, transfer guru Fabrizio Romano, speaking with The Arsenal Longue, revealed no deal has been struck yet on a new contract between Manchester City and Raheem Sterling. There has been no indication of what kind of transfer fee Manchester City wants to get to part ways with the winger, with a move to London being a distinct possibility for Sterling. On the other hand, Real Madrid is said to have been plotting a move for Raheem Sterling in the summer.
Man City’s failure to act to prolong Manchester City striker Raheem Sterling’s stay is said to have some top European clubs, including Real Madrid, on alert. Manchester City star Raheem Sterling is a player that Florentino Perez has identified as his new main transfer target, according to The Daily Star. Real Madrid is keeping an eye on the former Liverpool winger, who has expressed a desire to play overseas at one time. Gabriel Jesus is expected to leave Manchester City during the summer, with talks on a new contract stalled of late. In the final of last season’s UCL tournament, Manchester City was defeated by Chelsea but was still fighting for an end to their European drought; having overcome Atletico Madrid in a tight quarter-final match earlier this month, little did they know what was ahead. After defeating Real Madrid at home, it was pretty difficult to digest what happened in the second leg in Bernabeu.
Eden Hazard has been an unfulfilling presence for Madrid, with Madrid said now to be looking for alternatives. Real Madrid is looking at attacking options, as Karim Benzema is getting older and Eden Hazard struggles with injuries. Barcelona coach Xavi Hernandez has spoken about his desire to retain De Jong but has also admitted that Barca’s uncertain finances may force him to make some difficult decisions.