Raheem Sterling signs Adidas deal with company eager for Manchester City star to move to Real Madrid
Raheem Sterling ‘is getting closer to a record-breaking £ 10m Adidas deal’ and sportswear giants – who manufacture the Real Madrid kit – ‘could pave the way for future move to Bernabeu’
- Raheem Sterling’s record-breaking deal with Adidas seems to be getting closer
- The sportswear giants are said to be keen for Sterling to move to Real Madrid
- Adidas manufactures the LaLiga champion kit and can help with the transition
- Sterling’s deal with Nike ends on July 31 and Adidas’s contract is worth £ 10 million
Manchester City star Raheem Sterling is getting closer to closing a record-breaking deal with sportswear giants Adidas, according to reports.
The bumper contract would be worth over £ 10 million with various incentives – and the partnership could also help realize Sterling’s rumored future ambition to play for Real Madrid.
Adidas manufactures kits for the newly crowned LaLiga champions and have helped the club achieve several top goals in the past, including David Beckham.
Manchester City star Raheem Sterling is about to close a record-breaking £ 10 million Adidas deal
The partnership can also strengthen Real Madrid’s hope of signing the English international
The times believes the company is keen for Sterling to move to the Spanish capital this summer.
The reported terms they offered to the UK international would be the biggest kit deal submitted for a UK player.
Sterling’s current deal with Nike ends on July 31, and he reportedly knows how Adidas helped Beckham in 2003 with his transfer to Bernabeu.
The same report also emphasizes that Sterling has a desire to play for Real in the future.
Sterling’s deal with Nike (pictured) ends July 31, and he wore their boots in Wembley
The terms offered by Adidas to Sterling would be the biggest kit deal for a British player
The England international knows that Adidas helped David Beckham secure his transfer to Madrid
The former Liverpool striker praised the club before City secured a crucial Champions League win against them in February.
He told AS: “At the moment I am with City and I am very happy. But I say that Real Madrid is a fantastic club. When you see the white shirt you know exactly what the club stands for, it is huge. ‘
Sterling’s upcoming relationship with Adidas appears to have been effectively stamped after being seen with their boots this month while training.
Sterling has worn shoes at the City Football Academy several times, and Sterling may have provided an indication of where his commercial future is likely in a few weeks.
Sterling has been spotted wearing Adidas boots during several City workouts this month
After wearing the boots, Sterling may have given an indication of his commercial future
Sports email understands that he will earn over £ 10 million depending on the personal and team clauses included in deals – and if he signs with Adidas he would join Lionel Messi, Paul Pogba and Gareth Bale.
Puma, another renowned sportswear company, had been at the forefront of securing Sterling as the new face of their global strategy, as revealed by Sports email last year.
They are City’s kit sponsor of £ 650 million and also work closely with Pep Guardiola, David Silva and Sergio Aguero.
He would join Lionel Messi, Gareth Bale and Paul Pogba, among others, if he signed with Adidas