Liverpool’s chances of bringing former Red attacker back to Anfield have reportedly increased
Liverpool’s chances of securing the return of Raheem Sterling from Manchester City have gone up after the forward reportedly got rid of his agent.
This comes from sports finance reporter Alex Miller, who has claimed that Jurgen Klopp would still take some convincing for a move to be vaguely possible.
Chances of a Raheem Sterling return to Liverpool more likely after @sterling7 ditched his agent, according to well-placed source. Major obstacle removed. @LFC would still need the price to be right and for Jurgen Klopp to be convinced about player's commitment…
Given the circumstances of the England international’s departure, it’s a potential transfer that would raise more than a few eyebrows across the Reds’ fanbase.
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On his day, the Manchester City star is certainly a formidable attacking option and, at the age of 26, still arguably has a lot to offer.
With his contract not set to expire until 2023, however, one might imagine that, in the unlikely event we did take a punt again on …
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