Liverpool star Raheem Sterling appears to be even closer to leaving the club, which would come as no surprise considering his feelings on his current situation.
Sterling now has another reason to make the jump to Man City, as The Telegraph reports that the striker can earn a cut worth £4m of his agent’s fees.
If that isn’t enough, Sterling has made it no secret that he is unhappy in Anfield. He has refused to sign a contract extension while having two years remaining on his current deal.
Manchester City are heavily pursuing the 20-year-old and have already had two bids rejected, one worth around £30m and another closer to £40m.
Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers is waiting for Man City or another potential suitor to offer £50m before he is willing to sell, according to The Express.
However, it remains to be seen whether Man City will ultimately pull the trigger and offer the Reds £50m, as they refuse to budge until such an offer is made.