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Raheem Sterling January Transfer Odds


Raheem Sterling January Transfer Odds

Manchester City winger Raheem Sterling looks as though he could leave the Etihad Stadium following another dip in form for the England international, which has resulted in the 26-year-old playing just 790 minutes across all competitions this season, scoring three and making two assists in the process.

Barcelona Odds: 5/1

Barcelona are the bookmakers’ favourites to sign Sterling at 5/1 as new coach Xavi is looking to add more quality to his squad.

With Ousmane Dembele having frequent injury problems, as well as the fact that the Frenchman’s contract is due to expire at the end of the current season, there could be some room made way for Sterling to join the Nou Camp club.

Barca in general are short of natural wingers in their squad roster as they have just Ansu Fati and Dembele who play out wide, as they opt to use Memphis Depay as a striker, meaning that the City forward could be a good fit to join Xavi’s side.

Real Madrid Odds: 9/1

Fellow Spanish giants Real Madrid are also included on this list of clubs interested in Sterling’s signature.

The Santiago Bernabeu club have a lot of players who can play as wingers, but, not many of them match up to Sterling’s calibre and reputation in today’s game, as Eden Hazard has failed to live up to expectations since his move from Chelsea at the end of the 2018/19 season, whilst Gareth Bale is now 32-years-old and hasn’t had the best time with the Los Blancos fan base in recent years.

Sterling is priced at 9/1 to join Real Madrid in January.

Tottenham Hotspur Odds: 12/1

Prior to the start of the season, Sterling was linked with a move to Tottenham Hotspur as part of a swap deal for England teammate Harry Kane, of which the 26-year-old showed little desire to leave his current side as a makeshift for the Three Lions and Lilywhites captain.

However, following the recent appointment of Antonio Conte at Spurs, Sterling may be interested if the Italian manages to keep hold of Kane at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium and help to form a high-quality front three with Son Heung-min and Kane, as typically, Spurs haven’t had an elite right winger since the days of Bale.

With Spurs showing ambitions at present to try and qualify for the Champions League under a manager known for being a serial winner, perhaps moving back to London could tempt Sterling due to the hype around the project.

Tottenham are priced at 12/1 to sign the City winger.

Arsenal Odds: 20/1

Arsenal are reportedly interested in Sterling, who was actually coached by current Gunners boss Mikel Arteta in the Spaniards time at City.

Like Spurs, Arsenal are another Premier League club that are looking to continue their rebuild back towards the Champions League, having not played in Europe’s biggest club competition since the 2016/17 season when they were hammered by Bayern Munich 10-2 on aggregate.

An opportunity to be a talismanic figure of a historically big club in England could excite Sterling, as well as the fact that he would be able to help the growth of promising young English talents such as Emile Smith-Rowe and Bukayo Saka.

Arsenal are priced at 20/1 to sign Sterling in the January Transfer Window.

PSG Odds: 20/1

Runaway Ligue 1 leaders Paris Saint-Germain could look to sign Sterling in the new year and are priced at 20/1 to do so in the next transfer window.

With Kylian Mbappe’s contract expiring at the end of the current season and the 22-year-old World Cup winner reportedly edging closer to a move to Real Madrid, an opportunity for Sterling to join PSG could arise, as the Englishman can play on either wing, potentially allowing Lionel Messi to operate in a more central area of the pitch if Mbappe is to depart the Parisian club.

Liverpool Odds: 40/1

The final club on this list are Sterling’s former club, Liverpool, who face a similar position to PSG, as Mohamed Salah’s contract at Anfield expires at the end of the current campaign.

Sterling departed Anfield at the start of the 2015/16 campaign for a £50m fee when City were managed by Manuel Pellegrini and the 26-year-old has never really looked back, winning nine major honours since departing.

However, a return to Liverpool could offer them a player who is on the verge of entering his prime years in his career and a consistent end product rather than having to take a chance on developing a youngster to replace an already world-class individual in Salah.

Sterling is priced at 40/1 to make a sensational return to Liverpool in January.