Madrid to monitor Liverpool youngster.
Real Madrid will be keeping an eye on the performances of Liverpool winger Raheem Sterling next season ahead of a possible bid in summer 2015, according to the Daily Mirror.
The 19-year-old has proven himself to be one of the most promising young players in the Premier League with his recent performances, putting in some terrific displays for the Reds in their title challenge this season, whilst also catching the eye for England at the 2014 World Cup, despite the national side’s early exit from the tournament.
Madrid boss Carlo Ancelotti is supposedly a fan of the player, but will hold off before making a formal approach to lure him to the Bernabeu for the moment, as he hopes to see him progress even further next year.
With ten goals and five assists in all competitions in 2013/14, Sterling has shown plenty of ability to suggest that he could be a real star of the future, and an attacking midfielder with all the right qualities to play for a club as big as Real Madrid.
English players are not known for going abroad too often, but in recent times the likes of David Beckham and Michael Owen have made the move from the Premier League to the Bernabeu, with mixed success.
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