Knocked Back: Liverpool Reject Man City’s £30m Opening Bid For Raheem Sterling

Paul Sorene

12th, June 2015


Sterling MAnchester City

Raheem Sterling will not be leaving Liverpool to join Manchester City. Well, not yet.

As confirmed by the BBC, shortly before the close of play last night, Liverpool have rejected a £30million offer from City for the 20-year-old England winger.

The bid – £25million, plus a further £5 million in potential future payments – falls well short of the £50million valuation Liverpool have slapped on Sterling, whose contract ends in June 2017.

Should City be offering more for Sterling or simply go hunting elsewhere?

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  1. Billious says:

    Lets get this straight! Chitty have offered £25M not £30M you can’t count potential further payments as they may never come to fruition. And He’s going nowhere except back to the academy to sit on his arse for a year unless he loses the bad attitude and sacks his agent.

  2. Punchdrunk says:

    £50 million!?!?!

    I just spat my brew all over the monitor…

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