PREMIER LEAGUE - Sterling not keen on a move to Spurs in Kane deal
The transfer rumors are heating up in the Premier League, and that of Harry Kane is certainly a name that has attracted a lot of speculation on whether he will stay at Tottenham or move on to another club. One of the the offers touted by the British media insistently is a reportedly 100M GBP offer that Manchester City would have made to Spurs.
With that offer, the Citizens seem willing to include a player to sweeten the deal, and Raheem Sterling's name has come up more than once. Now it seems that the English winger is not willing to play for Tottenham, and has made his intentions clear to people close to him and the club. Among the reasons for this, seems to be the uncertainty on the Spurs' future, as they just brought in a new sporting director in Fabio Paratici and are still without a manager, as well as wanting to decide his future on his own terms.
Sterling has lost his spot in Guardiola's starting-11 to Phil Foden, but his brilliant performances at Euro 2020 seem to have revitalized interest in the 26-year old.