Brendan Rodgers wants Raheem Sterling to stay at Liverpool

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May 22, 2015 10:49 PM

Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers has said that he wants Raheem Sterling to stick to the club for the remaining two years of his contract.

Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers has said that he wants Raheem Sterling to stick to the club for the remaining two years of his contract.

Rodgers said that Sterling has two years left and he expects him to see those two years through, the BBC reported.

Rodgers added that the American Winger would be available for selection for the team’s last game of the Premier League season against Stoke on Sunday, insisting that the player would not be happy at the prospect of staying at the club.

He also said that he wanted to solve the issue but that would not change his approach towards him.

Meanwhile, Liverpool has cancelled the talks over new contract with forward Sterling after his agent Aidy Ward attacked the club, saying that the Winger would not be signing any new agreement.

Ward had earlier commented that the England footballer would not be joining the club, even if they pay him 9,00,000 pounds a week.

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