Real Madrid remain interested in signing Raheem Sterling, according the Express.
The European Champions have been monitoring the England international since his contract deal at the Etihad Stadium stalled due to wage demands.
The twenty-three-year old is keen for his income to increase by £100,000-per-week, which is likely be of no consequence to cash-happy Real.
His performance in England’s 3-2 UEFA Nations League win over Spain last week will have done little to put off potential suitors, while his club form since moving to City has also increased his reputation.
He has scored forty-eight goals in one hundred and fifty appearances since leaving Liverpool and was part of the squad that won the Premier League and EFL Cup last term.
His appearance for the Three Lions last Tuesday was his forty-sixth at senior level with his two goals doubling his international tally.
His next league appearance will be his two hundredth in England’s top flight and could come against Tottenham Hotspur a week on Monday.
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