Arsenal and Manchester City will go head to head for the signature of Liverpool star Raheem Sterling, as per Sunday Express reports.
The Reds unsettled attacker Sterling is eyeing to play Champions League football and has set his eyes for a move this summer. Despite of being a regular player for the Anfield side he is eyeing to go to a better side where his time is likely to be limited.
Manchester City submitted a bid earlier this week which was around £30 million, however Liverpool have clearly said that Sterling would not be sold for a fee less than £50 million.
Brendan Rodgers is determined to get a big amount just like last summer when he sold Luis Suarez to Barcelona for £75 million.
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has been keeping tabs on him since his rejection to new Liverpool deal earlier this year. While it is believed that the Gunners will not be paying the demanded fee as it would be difficult for them to afford him.
Meanwhile, former Liverpool boss Rafael Benitez who recently got the new managerial role at Real Madrid is also keeping tabs on his situation and could be planning to launch a bid. Benitez signed Sterling from QPR when he was at Liverpool.
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