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Liverpool stand firm on £50m valuation of Man City attacking target

Liverpool continue to demand a fee of at least £50million if Manchester City are to complete a move for Raheem Sterling, according to reports from the Mirror.

The 20-year-old has rejected a number of contract offers made by the club and has also revealed his intentions to leave Anfield in the summer.

City have now seen two of their offers rejected, an initial £30million bid followed by their latest one which was worth £40million, a fee that is said to be their final amount.

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Sterling will see his contract expire at the end of next season, meaning if the Reds are unable to sell him in the upcoming transfer windows, they will be forced to let him leave on a free transfer.

Despite alerting a host of sides throughout Europe in recent months with his contract saga, a number of clubs have pulled out of the race to sign the England international because of his valuation.

Arsenal, Chelsea, Manchester United, Real Madrid, and Bayern Munich were all monitoring his situation, but have now reverted their interest elsewhere.

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