Liverpool agree £49million move with Manchester City

Manchester City will pay Liverpool a guaranteed sum of  £45million before  an additional £4million in add-ons

 

Manchester City and Liverpool have agreed a fee of £49million for forward Raheem Sterling.

The 2014 English Premier League champions have had their breakthrough in the pursuit of their summer target after having undefined.

Manchester City will pay Liverpool a guaranteed sum of  £45million before  an additional £4million in add-ons.

Sterling will formally negotiate personal terms before undergoing a medical at City this week.

After rejecting  a new £100, 000 contract, Sterling informed Liverpool of his wish to leave the club Anfield this summer.

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.

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