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The 26-year old despite scoring 115 goals and 88 assists in 302 games for the Citizens, is looking to depart from the Etihad after struggling to break into the current team under manager Pep Guardiola.
Sterling's playing time has also been limited this summer due to the arrival of Jack Greelish from Aston Villa. Pep Guardiola seems to be preferring Greelish over Sterling in the attacking.
Arsenal has been unable to meet his price tag so are reportedly offering a player-plus-cash deal for the 26-year-old. The players are Alexandre Luccazette, Gabriel Martinelli, and Maitland Niles. The three have been unable to impress good display at Arsenal and the club is willing to offer them in order to secure the Englishman for Manchester City.
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