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Raheem Sterling ‘would consider a loan to Barcelona if he is not a regular starter in January’

Raheem Sterling ‘would consider a loan transfer to Barcelona if he is not a regular starter in January’ after falling into the pecking order under Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola

  • Manchester City forward Raheem Sterling could be open to a loan to Barcelona
  • The Catalan giants have not hidden their desire to sign the star of England
  • He has started three times in the Premier League this season with Guardiola


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Raheem Sterling could be open to a loan to Barcelona if he fails to cement a regular spot in Manchester City’s starting XI in January.

The Catalan giants have made no secret of their desire to sign the English forward, whose playing time has been shortened under Pep Guardiola this season.

However, his current financial limitations could make a problematic offer for the 26-year-old.

England striker Raheem Sterling (above) could be open to a loan to Barcelona if he fails to cement a regular spot at Manchester City from the XI in January.

England striker Raheem Sterling (above) could be open to a loan to Barcelona if he fails to cement a regular spot at Manchester City from the XI in January.

According to The timesSterling is committed to regaining his place in the Manchester City squad, but could be open to a loan to Barcelona if all else fails.

Sterling will have to compete with £ 100m summer signing Jack Grealish, who so far is starting most games from the left side.

Phil Foden also played there during Manchester United’s dominant 2-0 derby win last weekend.

The Catalan giants have made no secret of their desire to sign the English striker, whose playing time has been reduced with Pep Guardiola this season

Sportsmail revealed in 2019 that Xavi had designated Sterling as a player he wanted to sign should he ever take over at the Camp Nou and Joan Laporta is now looking to structure a deal.

Sterling also said last month that he would consider going abroad if it meant securing regular soccer.

He said in an interview for the Financial Times Business of Sport US Summit: “If I had the opportunity to go elsewhere for more playing time, I would be open to it.

Sportsmail revealed in 2019 that Xavi had designated Sterling as a player he wanted to sign should he ever take over at the Camp Nou and Joan Laporta is now looking to structure a deal.

Sportsmail revealed in 2019 that Xavi had designated Sterling as a player he wanted to sign should he ever take over at the Camp Nou and Joan Laporta is now looking to structure a deal.

Sportsmail revealed in 2019 that Xavi had designated Sterling as a player he wanted to sign should he ever take over at the Camp Nou and Joan Laporta is now looking to structure a deal.

‘Soccer is the most important thing for me, [with the] challenges that I have posed for myself from a very young age and dreams of going abroad as well.

“As an English player, all I know is the Premier League and I always thought that one day I would love to play abroad, see how I would meet that challenge.”

However, Barcelona’s current financial constraints could make betting on the English striker problematic.

Sterling earns up to £ 300,000 a week at the Etihad Stadium and Barca is expected to subsidize a percentage of those salaries in a loan deal.

Sterling has started three times in the Premier League this season under Guardiola.

Sterling has started three times in the Premier League this season under Guardiola.

Sterling has started three times in the Premier League this season under Guardiola.

As is, Sterling is heading into the final 18 months of his current contract with Manchester City.

He has started just three times in the Premier League this season and was an unused substitute in City’s clash with Manchester United at Old Trafford.

Negotiations on a new agreement with Manchester City are understood to have stalled.

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