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Revealed: What it would take for Manchester City to loan Raheem Sterling out in January

Revealed: What it would take for Manchester City to loan Raheem Sterling out in January

An insight into what it would take for Manchester City to loan out Raheem Sterling in January has been provided recently.

Sterling’s Manchester City future

The subject of Raheem Sterling’s future has been rampant in the media of late.

Towards the end of last season, Raheem Sterling fell out of favour at Manchester City and Sterling’s reduced role has continued into the 2021/22 season as well.

Across City’s last six league outings, he has started just one game, notching 39 minutes of action across the other five ties.

In turn, it had been speculated that Man City were resigned to losing Sterling and had set a price-tag of around £45-50m for the winger.

FC Barcelona were then linked with the Englishman, who was said to be open to a loan move to Catalonia.

Revealed: What it would take for Manchester City to loan Raheem Sterling out in January

MANCHESTER, ENGLAND – OCTOBER 21: Raheem Sterling of Manchester City celebrates with goalscorer Sergio Aguero during the UEFA Champions League Group C stage match between Manchester City and FC Porto at Etihad Stadium on October 21, 2020 in Manchester, United Kingdom. (Photo by Visionhaus)

What it would take for Manchester City to loan out Sterling in January

Now, a further update on the situation has emerged from Spain, as cited by Sport Witness.

The update in question reveals what it would take for Manchester City to loan Sterling out in the upcoming January transfer window.

It states that Man City are willing to let Sterling go out on loan in January, provided they sign a replacement first – adding that the Sky Blues want to keep the quality of the squad high, and allowing Sterling to leave the club without bringing in a new attacker would see them ‘lose quality’:

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This article was edited by Ben Browning.

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