Raheem Sterling: Manchester City star makes big decision amid interest from Chelsea

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Manchester City forward Raheem Sterling has fueled speculations surrounding his future at the Etihad.

Reports claim Sterling is currently negotiating the sale of his home in preparation for his rumoured move to Cheslea.

According to The Mirror, Liverpool right-back Trent Alexander-Arnold is considering relocating from his current base in West Manchester to Cheshire and his sights are set on Sterling’s £4.5 million home.

Alexander-Arnold currently resides in the same neighbourhood as Brazilian goalkeeper and Liverpool teammate Allisson Becker and former Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba.

However it appears he wants to experience a different environment.

Alexander-Arnold is now reportedly negotiating with Manchester City star Raheem Sterling over potentially taking ownership of the forward’s Cheshire property.

Lately, Cheslea and Manchester City have progressed in talks for the sale of Raheem Sterling, who is set to leave the blue side of the city for more regular football.

The fee for the transfer has been pegged around £45 million, with the 27 year old looking to put pen on a four-year contract.

Sterling has spent seven seasons at Manchester City, and had scored an impressive 131 goals in 337 appearances.

It is also understood that Chelsea have made a formal approach for Sterling, and the deal is expected to be wrapped up later this week.