Chelsea are looking forward to making first summer signing as Raheem Sterling may join the blues as early as this week. Todd Boehly consortium may have their star target with transfer talks with Manchester City are believed to be at the final details as per Daily Mail report.
Sterling is expected to join Chelsea for a £45m but the report in this situation claim. That it could be followed up with a £10m as potential add-ons according to Daily Mail publication.
The independent claim that transfer talks between Chelsea and Manchester City are in the conclusion stage. And that's good to Chelsea especially ahead of their pre-season US tour next week.
The publication continue that Sterling is well satisfied with the personal terms offered by Chelsea to him. And his 'excited' on a possibility of making a return to London where he lived from the age of five years until he joined Liverpool ten years later in 2010.
Sterling has scored 131 goals for City in 339 appearances in all competitions for Pep Guardiola side. Chelsea are believed to be willing to listen to offers for Hudson-Odoi, Ziyech and the striker Timo Werner as per same publication.
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