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.”