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Report: Raheem Sterling To Sell Home In Chesire To Liverpool's Trent-Alexander Arnold Amid Chelsea Rumors

Raheem Sterling is reportedly selling his home in Cheshire to Liverpool right-back Trent Alexander Arnold. The winger has been linked with a move away from Manchester City, and is deep in talks with Chelsea.

The fact Sterling is planning on selling his house to Alexander-Arnold is a huge indicator that his time at Manchester City may be coming to an end.

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According to Steve Bates of the Sunday People, Raheem Sterling has decided to sell his home in Cheshire to Liverpool's Trent Alexander-Arnold. Sterling is heavily linked with a move to Chelsea, with a fee said to be agreed for the winger.

Thomas Tuchel is a massive admirer of the player, and wants to make him a part of his attacking set up next season after the departure of Romelu Lukaku on loan to Inter Milan.

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Raheem Sterling is originally from London, and the opportunity to play his football in the city he grew up in is a key factor for the English winger.

Manchester City are not currently planning on replacing Sterling, but Serge Gnabry has been reported as a potential player they could look at. The Bayern Munich winger is not thought to be renewing his contract.

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