Raheem Sterling has completed his medicals ahead of a move to English Premier League side, Manchester City
Manchester City is set to officially confirmed the signing of Raheem Sterling from Liverpool forward after he completed his medicals on Tuesday afternoon.
The Citizens have agreed a £49million deal with Liverpool for the forward who was seen leaving a Manchester hospital after completing his medicals.
City made two bids for the 20-year-old which was rejected by Liverpool, but had a breakthrough on Monday, July 13 after a £49million offer.
Manchester City will pay Liverpool a guaranteed sum of £45million before an additional £4million in add-ons.
Sterling is expected to sign a contract worth £180,000-a-week.
He became a contract rebel while forcing a move away from Liverpool.
He missed two days of training last week after calling in sick and refused the club on their pre-season tour of the Far East.
Sterling has bid farewell to his Liverpool teammates.
He joined Liverpool as a youngster in 2010 for £500,000 from Queens Park-Rangers who will receive close to £9million as part of the Sterling's deal when they sold the player.
Liverpool agreed to pay QPR 20 percent of any profit from the forward's next move.