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Liverpool Wonderkid Raheem Sterling Rejects Second New Contract Offer

Sterling wants more than £100,000 per week if he is commit his future to the club.

Liverpool forward Raheem Sterling has rejected a second contract offer to extend his Anfield career beyond the current two years that he has remaining on his deal, report the Mirror, with the England international demanding an offer in excess of £100,000 per week if he is to commit his future to Brendan Rodgers’ side.

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Sterling initially rejected a first conctract offer from the club because he felt that he was worth more than a dobuling of his weekly wage to a figure in the region of £70,000, the report suggests, but former Queens Park Rangers teenager Sterling also feels that the club’s latest offer is also not good enough.

It would appear that the Reds are going to have to up their offer to more than £100,000 per week if they are to ensure the long term future of Sterling at Anfield, something that would seem imperative considering the importance that Sterling has had to Brendan Rodgers’ side ever since he broke through into the Anfield first team.

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