Raheem Sterling’s Manchester City transfer valuation revealed amid Barcelona loan interest

Sterling’s City’s future has been the subject of intense speculation in recent weeks, and due to the belief that the England international has not been in favor of Pep Guardiola for some time, a split can occur.

The three-time Premier League winner has recently declared that he would be “open“at the idea of ​​leaving the club if he presented himself”the possibility of going elsewhere for more playing time”And for that reason the prospect of Sterling leaving Manchester City is apparently a real reality.

In the latest development in the ongoing Raheem Sterling saga, a new report spelled out the fees Manchester City would charge for the 26-year-old.

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According to Sport Witness, which translated and relayed a report from the Spanish media Marca, Manchester City has’put a price of 80 million euros‘on Raheem Sterling – who’s supposed to be the club ‘ready to sell‘.

Sterling has been linked with a move to Barcelona in recent weeks due to their obvious issues in the final third, however Sports witness relayed that the former Liverpool man swapping Manchester for Catalonia would ‘very complicated‘.

The main reason for this is the pursuit of the “Blaugrana”financial crisis‘, and despite the expiration of Sterling’s contract in the summer of 2023, Sports witness noted that the City is unwilling to ‘make discounts in these situations‘- with Marca citing Eric Garcia’s recent situation as an example.

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This new report says City are willing to sanction Raheem Sterling’s departure if their valuation of € 80million is reached, but Barcelona’s current financial situation means a deal seems unlikely.

Plus, Raheem Sterling’s recent comments about being “open“Playing elsewhere could be interpreted enough as a call to come get me, and with Pep Guardiola seemingly unimpressed, there seems to be a very real possibility that this will be his last season as a City player.

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Bernadine J. Perkins