Date: 10th November 2009 at 12:29am
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Vital QPR – Breaking News
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Manchester City have reportedly offered two players and a seven-figure sum for QPR wonder-kid Raheem Sterling.

According to the Mirror Manchester City are looking to land the highly-rated England Under 16 international and have offered Rangers a couple of players in return for his services.

It isn’t reported who the players in question are, but Rangers have, according to reports, looked at both Elano and Michael Johnson in the past.

Contrary to reports Raheem is happy at Queens Park Rangers according to Youth Team coach Steve Gallen, and is not looking to move away from W12.

He scored for the Under 18s once more in their 1-0 Youth Alliance Cup win over Brenford, as the 14-year-old continues to around interest from England’s finest.

It will be a test of Rangers’ resolve as to whether they can hang on to the player that could be set to become the youngest first team player in the Football League if Magilton has a chance to blood him.




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