Friday, 12 June 2015

Man City make first move in race to sign Sterling but £30m bid is immediately rejected by Liverpool who value star at closer to £60m

Manchester City have launched their summer spending spree with an opening bid of £30million for Liverpool winger Raheem Sterling.
Raheem Sterling (centre) appears in good spirits during England training at St Albans on Thursday 
The offer was instantly rejected by the Anfield club, who value the 20-year-old at closer to £60m.
City are expected to return with an improved bid but Liverpool will no doubt refer them to the words of their manager Manuel Pellegrini, who told Sportsmail in March: ‘Can you get Raheem Sterling? Maybe if you go to Liverpool with £100m you can.’  

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