Manchester City and Chelsea Reach an agreement for Raheem Sterling
Manchester City and Chelsea have reportedly reached an agreement for Raheem Sterling ahead of the new transfer season.
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The news was confirmed by a transfer news expert, Fabrizio Romano on his official Twitter account. According to the tweet, both clubs agreed on £45 million fees plus £10 million add-ons.
Chelsea had earlier reached an agreement with Sterling weeks before now after the player spoke to the manager of the Blues, Thomas Tuchel. The German had always been a fan of the English man so he explained his tactics and the plans of the club going forward.
Sterling will sign a five-year contract which will keep him at Chelsea until the summer of 2027 plus an option to extend by another year.