Manchester City ace Raheem Sterling eyeing a move away from the Premier League

Raheem Sterling is ready for a move away from Manchester City and could be sold off next summer.

Manchester City winger, Raheem Sterling has hinted at a move away from the Premier League next summer after falling down the pecking order under Pep Guardiola. The English winger played a pivotal role for City in their last season, as City won the Premier League.

However, ever since the arrival of City’s marquee signing of Jack Grealish this summer for a fee of 100 million. A move looks possible for the 26-year old looks more than likely as his contract runs out in 2023, and City would look to cash in on the forward next instead of risking losing him for free in 2023.

Pep Guardiola has been keen on playing Jack Grealish ahead of Raheem Sterling

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Speaking at the FT Business of Sport US summit, Raheem Sterling said: “If there was an opportunity to go somewhere else, (for more game time), I would be open to it at this moment in time.

“As I said, football is the most important thing to me – challenges that I have set myself from a young age and dreams as well, to play abroad.

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“As an English player all I know is the Premier League and I have always had something down (in me) that maybe one day I would love to play abroad to see how I would come up against that challenge.

“I’m not a person that’s going to complain. I’ve not tried to make it a bigger deal than it actually is.

Raheem Sterling has made 202 appearances since making the move to Manchester after joining the club in 2015. However, this season he has made only 7 appearances with most of them coming from the bench and has scored just once.

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