Chelsea Agree Fee With Manchester City For Raheem Sterling: Reports

Chelsea Agree Fee With Manchester City For Raheem Sterling: Reports

Chelsea agree fee with Manchester City for Raheem Sterling: Reports

Rahim Sterling looks set to sign Todd Bohley’s first major signing at Chelsea.Twitter

Rahim Sterling It looks like Chelsea will have the first big signing of the Todd Bohley era as they have agreed a fee with Manchester City, according to media reports on Sunday. Sky says England’s international forward will cost .5 47.5 million ($ 57.1 million), while the BBC estimates it will cost up to 50 50 million, including add-ons. Bohli, the new Chelsea chairman, has pushed himself for transition talks with the American, who has also served as director of transitional sports since Roman Abramovich. Sterling’s signature would confirm Bohli’s high-profile involvement as both Barcelona and Real Madrid were keen to buy him.

Sterling, 27, has already reportedly agreed to personal terms and will sign a five-year deal with a one-year option under Medicare.

Chelsea are hopeful that the formalities for Sterling will be completed on time – having capped 77 times – to join them in the pre-season tour of the United States.

Sterling City is in the final year of its contract and will fill the gap left by the signing of the record. Romelo LukakuInter Milan loan repayment – just one year after the Belgian striker was slapped with 97 97 million.

Sterling joined Liverpool from City for 49 49 million in 2015 and has won four of the nine major trophies in his time there.

A key player in the early years of Pep Guardiola’s reign in City, Sterling has scored 131 goals in 337 appearances for the English Champions.

However, its regular place in the City’s starting lineup has come under increasing threat since its signing. Jack Gresh After rising to a record 100 100million in the Premier League last year Phil Foden From the club’s academy.


With the arrival of Earling Holland and Julian Alvarez, the city has also strengthened its attacking powers for the new season.

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