La Liga giants Real Madrid could lure Raheem Sterling away from the Etihad as the England attacker is reportedly close to penning a record-breaking deal with sportswear giants Adidas.
The bumper contract would be worth over £10million with additional incentives. And the deal could bring to reality the long-rumored future ambition of playing for the Los Blancos.
Real Madrid to lure sterling, Consider Bale swoop
Adidas manufacture kits for the Spanish champions. Have helped the club snap up several top players over the years such as David Beckham.
According to the Times. It is believed that the sportswear company is keen on Sterling moving to the Spanish Capital this summer.
The reported terms offered to the England winger would make up the largest kit deal tabled for a British player.
Raheem Sterling’s current deal with Nike. Another sportswear giant is set to expire on July 31. He said to be aware of how Adidas helped David Beckham secure his transfer to Bernabeu in 2003.
The same report also highlighted that Sterling holds a desire to play for the current La Liga champions in the future.
Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur are reportedly both considering moves for Real Madrid attacker Gareth Bale. During this summer transfer window. Bale has been left out of the Los Blancos squad for their final La Liga game of the season against Leganes on Sunday.
The Wales international has only scored three times in 20 appearances during a disappointing 2019-20 campaign. While he has not featured in any of his side’s last six league matches.
Walesonline reports that the 31-year-old has been left out against Leganes has put Premier League clubs. Namely United and Spurs on red alert.
Bale still has two years left to run on his contract at the Bernabéu. There are claims that the Welsh forward is not in the rush to leave the Spanish capital. Despite falling down the pecking order under Zinedine Zidane.
The attacker has scored 105 goals in 251 games for Real Madrid. Winning two league titles and four champions league titles notably 2018/2019. Where his brace saw off a hard fighting a Liverpool side in the finals.