Agent announces £50 million man ‘should be at Liverpool’

Raheem Sterling’s agent says the Manchester City star should still be at Liverpool.

Aidy Ward, Sterling’s representative, is adamant the only person he had an issue with during their high-profile fall-out following failed contract negotiations was then boss Brendan Rodgers.

As quoted on the Daily Mirror website, he said: “Raheem could have stayed, he should be at Liverpool. I think for me it was like he was being told to be a good boy and sign a contract.

“In December I spoke to Liverpool and said we’ll sign a contract if there is a buy-out clause – those clauses are now common practice.

“They said no to that. Then there was an underhandedness, there were sly remarks. In press conferences, Brendan told everyone Raheem would sign – why do that

“I knew, Brendan knew and Liverpool knew there was an issue. Right now he probably should be a Liverpool player, but he’s not and he’s in a great place at City.”

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