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August, 16

Chelsea Make Formal Approach For Raheem Sterling

Chelsea have formally contacted Manchester City over the transfer of Raheem Sterling to Stamford Bridge.

Sportsmail is aware of In order to close a deal this coming week, Todd Boehly contacted the Premier League champions on Monday.

The 27-year-willingness old’s to leave the Etihad Stadium was cemented during a nice talk Sterling had with Blues manager Thomas Tuchel about how he would be used at Stamford Bridge.

Gabriel Jesus will go to Arsenal for an initial fee of £45 million, while Sterling’s value is thought to be higher—possibly over £55 million.

As City’s team continues to change after winning their fourth title in five years, a formal offer is anticipated in the coming days. The England international, who is in the final year of his £300,000 per week deal, and Chelsea still need to work out personal details.

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Sterling’s desire to leave City after a successful seven-year tenure is thought to have been discussed with club executives at the beginning of the month. The forward has been given time by City to consider his options, and a potential exit will be handled peacefully.

With Romelu Lukaku returning to Inter Milan on loan, the addition of Sterling would be a significant statement for Boehly and provide Tuchel greater firepower in the attacking third ahead of the new season.

Along with his talent, Tuchel is thought to respect Sterling’s experience and leadership abilities for his Chelsea team.

Chelsea’s performance in that area has suffered since the departure of Antonio Rudiger, and captain Cesar Azpilicueta may follow.

Some sources, who are upbeat about the deal, think that all three parties are open to making a move, therefore an opening bid is expected soon.

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Chelsea have formally contacted Manchester City over the transfer of Raheem Sterling to Stamford Bridge.

Sportsmail is aware of In order to close a deal this coming week, Todd Boehly contacted the Premier League champions on Monday.

The 27-year-willingness old’s to leave the Etihad Stadium was cemented during a nice talk Sterling had with Blues manager Thomas Tuchel about how he would be used at Stamford Bridge.

Gabriel Jesus will go to Arsenal for an initial fee of £45 million, while Sterling’s value is thought to be higher—possibly over £55 million.

As City’s team continues to change after winning their fourth title in five years, a formal offer is anticipated in the coming days. The England international, who is in the final year of his £300,000 per week deal, and Chelsea still need to work out personal details.

READ MORE: Tyson Fury Continuous War Of Words With Jake Paul

Sterling’s desire to leave City after a successful seven-year tenure is thought to have been discussed with club executives at the beginning of the month. The forward has been given time by City to consider his options, and a potential exit will be handled peacefully.

With Romelu Lukaku returning to Inter Milan on loan, the addition of Sterling would be a significant statement for Boehly and provide Tuchel greater firepower in the attacking third ahead of the new season.

Along with his talent, Tuchel is thought to respect Sterling’s experience and leadership abilities for his Chelsea team.

Chelsea’s performance in that area has suffered since the departure of Antonio Rudiger, and captain Cesar Azpilicueta may follow.

Some sources, who are upbeat about the deal, think that all three parties are open to making a move, therefore an opening bid is expected soon.

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