The Raheem Sterling transfer saga continues as the English international and his people are now reported to be shopping him around to some of the top clubs in the world in hopes of moving on from Manchester City.

Sterling, who fell out of favor at City, is unhappy with the fact that he was offered up as trade bait so City could sign Harry Kane. According to TodoFichajes this supposed move for Kane was the last straw as Sterling, whose contract expires in 2023, put his people to work to find a new club.

Sterling has been playing in the Euro Cup and has done very well at the tournament and Pep Guardiola would like to have him back next season. Nonetheless here are the four clubs that are interested in bringing in the English winger.

Real Madrid

: Raheem Sterling of England gestures after a TV Interview after the UEFA Euro 2020 (Getty)

Sterling could be a fit for Real Madrid, but his €90 million price tag could be difficult for the Spanish giants to pay given their financial situation. Still the Spanish giants are monitoring his situation.


Raheem Sterling of England battles for possession with Vladimir Coufal of Czech Republic during the UEFA Euro 2020. (Getty)

PSG could have room for Sterling if they sell Kylian Mbappé, although that moves seems unlikely now. PSG would have to sell one of their players to make room for Sterling, the question is will it happen?


Raheem Sterling scores a goal with England at the Euro Cup. (Getty)

Barcelona has been home to English players in the past, and they are also in a financial grind. Although Sterling could be a much needed jolt if he were signed and with Messi due to resign it could make for a great dynamic. Still, Barcelona may not have the funds for the midfielder.

AS Roma

Raheem Sterling with England at the Euro's (Getty)

It would be a strange move for Sterling to go to Roma, and it looks very unlikely that the English star would trade being on one of the best teams in the world to go to a mid-table Italian team.