Raheem Sterling Next Club Option CONFIRM! (Full Details)

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Manchester City forward Raheem Sterling is mulling over a move away from the Etihad when the January window opens, MySportDab reports.

The England International is seeking for regular playing time ahead of next year FIFA World Cup in Qatar 2022.

Raheem Sterling is open to making a move which has seen some top clubs making their interests known to Manchester City.

Raheem Sterling

Arsenal and Barcelona are two favorites leading the race for the forward who could be leaving on a loan deal until end of the season.

The striker is currently valued of about €80 million which will be too much for any club to pay in the January window.

Raheem Sterling is open to the idea of joining Arsenal over Barcelona, according to reports from TransferMarketWeb.

The England international forward is mulling over his options at Manchester City and may decide to remain in the Premier League over taking on a new challenge with La Liga heavyweights.

Remaining in the English Premier League might see him consider making a move to Arsenal who are currently not taking part in any European competition.

This could help him get regular playing time, but his individual performance might not be enough with the way Arsenal are currently blowing hot and cold.

Although Raheem Sterling goal for any move is to get regular playing time which he needs to maintain his spot in the England national team ahead of next year.

Manchester City manager earlier confirmed the player could be leaving to Barcelona when Xavi Hernandez was announced as the new boss in new camp.

The move is said to be a loan deal if anything is expected to happen with the City side not fully open to selling Raheem Sterling this season.

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