Raheem Sterling is reportedly still in Real Madrid short-list of wanted players as talks are believed to be reopened by 2020.
Manchester City might lose on of their hot frontmen as sources disclose Real Madrid are planning to reopen talks for Raheem Sterling by January.
Sterling used to be a flop both in Liverpool and his early days at Etihad stadium, missing many clear chances and was considered a failure.
But the Englishman has managed to get things together and has proven to be one of England’s most dreadful frontmen.
Los Blancos is not having a very good time now in the Spanish league and are desperate for solutions.
Listing many players as their transfer target during the summer transfer and completed most with just few left which includes Raheem Sterling and Sporting’s Bruno Fernandes among others.
According to The Athletic, the former UEFA champions are considering returning to negotiations for Raheem Sterling by 2020 as representatives of the 24-year-old had already been invited to Spain.
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Sterling joined Manchester City for a then record transfer fee of £49m from Liverpool and has total of 53 goals in 135 appearances for the Citizens.