Raheem Sterling drops Liverpool exit hint by 'preparing to put house on the market'

England international is refusing to sign a new contract at Anfield

Raheem Sterling of Liverpool during the kit launch
Raheem Sterling of Liverpool during the kit launch

Raheem Sterling has made moves to put his property on the market, according to reports, further fuelling speculation that he will leave Liverpool this summer.

The Anfield striker has so far refused to sign a new contract despite being offered a £90,000-a-week deal, and has indicated his future could lie away from Merseyside.

Among those keen on the 20-year-old are Arsenal and Chelsea, with Sterling apparently keen on a switch to London. According to the report, which appears in the Daily Mail, Sterling is also looking at property in the capital.

It's claimed that the Jamaican-born England international has made "initial steps" to making his Southport home available, although it is not clear if he will sell or rent the property.

Manchester City are also ready to move for Sterling should Liverpool fail in their bid to convince him to stay, whilst Real Madrid have also been linked.

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