Raheem Sterling says he is 'open' to leaving Manchester City in search of regular football
Raheem Sterling has admitted he could leave Manchester City if he does not become a regular starter again under Pep Guardiola.
The England forward has refused to rule out a move overseas should his fortunes not improve, as the uncertainty over his future at City grows.
Telegraph Sport revealed a fortnight ago that Sterling - who will have a year left on his deal next summer - had put contract talks on hold amid his struggles to win back his place with the Premier League champions.
Sterling has started just 16 of City’s past 33 matches in all competitions dating back to late February and he wants to see how the situation develops over the coming weeks and months before deciding his next move.
Asked if he could imagine playing …
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