Queens Park Rangers could make as much as £12.5m if Liverpool decide to offload wantaway wonderkid Raheem Sterling this summer.
The Hoops sold Sterling to the Reds for £500,000 back in 2010 in a deal that apparently included a clause.
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According to the Daily Mail, QPR will be entitled to 20% of Sterling’s next transfer fee, 25% should he move abroad.
Agent Aidy Ward believes Sterling, who appears keen to leave Anfield, is worth £50m. If Real Madrid or PSG, for example, were to agree and do a deal with Liverpool, QPR would pocket £12.5m.
If an English club, probably Arsenal, Chelsea or Manchester City, were to pay £50m, QPR would cash a cool £10m.