Star striker Raheem Sterling is sidelined after Erling Haaland’s arrival at Manchester City. A move to Chelsea could bring playing time for the national player and a high transfer fee for the club. But Sterling makes demands.

Clear transfer condition: Raheem Sterling has set a condition for a potential departure from Manchester City this summer, the Daily Mirror reports. The 27-year-old striker is apparently demanding assurances from his possible new club Chelsea that he will be a regular starter.

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Sterling’s reasons: With the commitment of ex-BVB star Erling Haaland, it could actually be difficult for Sterling to get a permanent place in Pep Guardiola’s team in the coming season. Accordingly, a change would be worthwhile, as well as for ManCity in financial terms. According to the report, the club could rake in as much as €70m for the England international.

Good performances recently: Sterling had recently been able to convince with his performances under coach Guardiola. The winger was instrumental in Man City’s Premier League title win, among other things.