Raheem Sterling: Madrid reportedly to offer £70m plus Bale to sign Englishman

Raheem Sterling: Madrid reportedly to offer £70m plus Bale to sign Englishman

- Raheem Sterling has emerged as a target for Spanish giants Real Madrid

- Los Blancos chiefs are reportedly ready to offer Gareth Bale plus £70m to sign Sterling

- Sterling has been superb for Manchester City this season in all competitions

Spanish giants Real Madrid are reportedly preparing to offer Premier League champions Manchester City massive £70m plus Gareth Bale to sign Raheem Sterling.

According to the report on Sky Sports, Real Madrid will send their scouts to watch Raheem Sterling's performances next month for England before they make final decision.

Last summer, Jose Angel Sanchez who is Real Madrid general director is said to have met Raheem Sterling's representatives over a move, but the deal failed to work.

Real Madrid are now of the thoughts that moving for Raheem Sterling with big cash and Gareth Bale could convince Manchester City to sell.

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But if Gareth Bale should refuse to leave Real Madrid, then the club's chiefs will have to offer Manchester City the sum of £200m to have any chance of signing Sterling.

Manchester City on the other hand are desperate to keep hold of the player they bought from Liverpool in 2015 for £49 million.

Sterling has been impressive for Manchester City this season in all competitions as the Citizens sit second on the Premier League standings with 25 points.

Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Pep Guardiola made it clear that he will quit Manchester City if he does not meet the set target this season in the Premier League.

According to the report, the Spanish boss discussed his relationship with the Etihad chief Khaldoon Al Mubarak, in his new book 'Pep's City: The Making of a Superteam'.

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