Raheem Sterling has struggled for minutes on the pitch this season at Manchester City and could be on his way out this summer. Phil Foden has taken the place of the former Liverpool man and by the looks of it, Foden has become untouchable in the XI, at least for now.
There are a number of reports indicating that Sterling is fancied by many clubs including Arsenal, Barcelona, and Real Madrid. Real Madrid are said to be the favorites to land the English winger.
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In what appears to be a shock inclusion the list of players up for sale this summer, City have gone ahead and placed their UEFA Champions League semi-final hero in Riyad Mahrez on the market this summer, Daily Mail understands.
Daily Mail reports that both Mahrez and Sterling are up for sale as manager Pep Guardiola wants to build another great team that will dominate the English set-up in the seasons to come.
It is highly likely that the duo would prefer to stay in England and having said that, Arsenal have got a very slim chance at landing the duo, simply because Arteta has shared the dressing room with the duo but given their current financial situation and inability to secure a European spot on a consistent basis, it is very difficult to think that either Sterling or Mahrez would like to play in the Emirates Stadium.
It is understood that the idea behind this is to generate funds to power the Harry Kane, and Jack Grealish transfer with both the players set to cost the Premier League champions above £100 million apiece.
Manchester City continue being linked to Harry Kane as the speculation surrounding his future has only grown in the last couple of weeks. City are considered to be the favorites to land the England international as the 27-year-old’s search for silverware continues.
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