Liverpool boss says no fallout between him and Sterling
Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers confirmed during a media conference in Bangkok on Monday (July 13) that Raheem Sterling will move to Manchester City, subject to a medical.
However, the manager was quick to stress that there was no fallout with the 20-year-old player.
He said: "The situation currently is very simple. The club has agreed with another club a deal for Raheem to be transferred. Subject to a medical, that will go through.
"Contrary to the last week or so, in terms of what was written, Raheem and I have always remained very strong in our relationship, and have been right up until he left. There is no issue there."
The wantaway England international has made no secret of his desire to leave after the club reportedly refused to meet his wage demands.
Last week, Uk reports also suggested that Sterling will not pull on a Liverpool shirt again as long as Rodgers is manager.
The Reds landed in Bangkok on Monday (July 12) for the first leg of their pre-season tour.
They will play a Thai ‘True All Stars’ XI on Tuesday (July 14), before leaving for Australia where they will meet the Brisbane Roar three days later.