Man City has agreed to let Sterling go to Chelsea


London – Manchester City have agreed to let Raheem Sterling go to Chelsea . The Citizens also asked the Blues to pay a minimum of Rp 905 billion.

Sterling actually still has a year remaining on his contract at the Etihad Stadium. However, Sterling wants to find a new challenge after seven years at City.

Sterling has won all the titles at domestic level, including five Premier League trophies. He is also Pep Guardiola’s mainstay as a manager with 120 goals and 66 assists in the Premier League.

Therefore, Sterling also postponed talks on a new contract. Moreover, he also saw that Guardiola already had other plans with the arrival of Erling Haaland and Julian Alvarez in attack.

Sterling feels that he can still contribute more to other teams with his abilities. Incidentally, Chelsea are indeed interested in him, especially after releasing Romelu Lukaku to Inter Milan.

Not only Chelsea, there were also Real Madrid, Paris Saint-Germain, and Bayern Munich also lining up. However, ESPN said Sterling’s top priority was to continue playing in England.

Therefore Chelsea moved quickly to negotiate with City to sign Sterling. The management of the club based at the Etihad is asking for a minimum of 50 million pounds (Rp 905 billion) for Sterling.

In fact, that price can increase to 60 million pounds or around Rp. 1.08 trillion depending on the appearance bonus. Thomas Tuchel as Chelsea manager already wants Sterling.

As a result, new Chelsea owner Todd Boehly immediately contacted Manchester City for the transfer of Raheem Sterling . Will this hunt end well for Chelsea? Let’s just wait.