Manchester City winger Raheem Sterling is ‘negotiating’ to sell his £4.5m Cheshire home to Liverpool defender and England team-mate Trent Alexander-Arnold, according to a report.
The Mirror claims Alexander-Arnold is set to move out of his current south Manchester home, which is on the same road as Alisson and ex-Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba.
The report claims he is in talks with Sterling to buy his home in the Cheshire countryside.
Sterling played 129 games, scored 23 goals and provided 25 assists during his time at Liverpool. He departed for Manchester City in 2015 and has played a major part in their success over the last seven years.
But, rumours in recent weeks claim he could be ready to leave the Etihad this summer and the report that he could sell his home to Alexander-Arnold has only added to the speculation.
Sterling has been heavily linked with Chelsea and a report from the Daily Mail claims they are nearing an agreement with City for the transfer. It adds the proposed move has ‘accelerated’ in recent days and there is confidence he will sign a four-year contract at Stamford Bridge.
For Liverpool, pre-season training is set to get underway on Monday, although Alexander-Arnold won’t be part of the group. Following his international commitments with England, the Reds star is set to enjoy the extra holiday.
The 27-year-old is seeking a move from the Etihad in order to secure his place in the England squad ahead of the Qatar 2022 World Cup.