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Chelsea and Man City closer to reaching agreement for Sterling

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Chelsea and Manchester City are getting closer to agreeing terms over a fee for Raheem Sterling.

City have been seeking £45m to sell the England international and Chelsea are now closer to meeting the valuation, says the Daily Mail.

Sterling has agreed terms over a four-year contract with the London giants.

The midfielder has already held positive discussions with Chelsea boss Thomas Tuchel over how he would be utilised at Stamford Bridge. Tuchel's words have gone a long way to convincing Sterling about the move.

It will mark a homecoming for Sterling, who has born and raised in London. His first club was QPR.

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