Arsenal and Liverpool could take advantage of James Milner’s worrying contract situation to snap up the experienced England international for as little as £5 million in January, as reported by the Daily Star.
Milner’s contract expires at the end of the season, and there is little indication that the former Leeds United star is willing to renew his contract with the Premier League champions.
Despite playing a useful role for the Etihad Stadium club, he has never imposed himself consistently on the first team, and he is willing to move on to other opportunities.
Along with Arsenal and Liverpool, Merseyside rivals Everton are also keen on bringing the midfield machine in.
With his contract situation unfolding, City are now considering letting him go for as little as £5 million in January, despite valuing him at £15 million.
He is waiting to see how many times he is used this season before deciding whether to sign a new deal or not.