Manchester City is prepared to hold down Raheem Sterling from securing a deal to Real Madrid as they aim to increase his wage, according to report.
Manchester City is prepared to offer the English forward £450,000 a week deal in a bid to deter Real Madrid from signing the former Liverpool star, says the Daily Express.
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Real Madrid is keeping a tab on Sterling who has developed to one of the best players in the World under the guidance of Pep Guardiola.
Sterling recently signed a deal that worth £300,000 a week with Manchester City but that has not prevented Real Madrid from making a move for the English forward.
Manchester City is willing to do more and increase his wage in a bid to prevent a move to Real Madrid who is monitoring his progress.