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Raheem Sterling admits he’s open to leaving Manchester City

Due to a lack of consistent minutes at Etihad Stadium, Raheem Sterling has revealed he is open to quitting Manchester City.

Sterling has spent the last six years of his career at City, after been signed from Liverpool in the summer of 2015 for £50 million ($68 million).

“If there was a chance to go someplace else for more game time, I would be open to it,” Sterling told the Financial Times via Goal. As I have stated, football is my primary focus.

“Dreams and challenges I've set for myself since I was a child. As a Premier League player, all I've ever known is the Premier League, and I've always fantasized of playing in another country.

When asked how he has handled with a lack of regular minutes at Etihad Stadium in recent months, the 26-year-old replied, "I'm not a complainer." I haven't attempted to exaggerate the significance of the situation. I go about my business. I'll take care of it. I'm excited to get started. Regularly participating in football games. Frequently scoring goals

“Football has been the most significant aspect of my life since I was a small boy. I'm happiest when I'm playing football. Of course, I enjoy spending time with my family, but football holds an unique place in my heart for me.

"With all that comes with football, money, being able to do beautiful things... at the end of the day, if football isn't up to par for me, I'm not at my happiest." I need to be playing football if I want to be happy to a certain degree. I need to be putting up goals and having a good time."

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