Liverpool starlet Raheem Sterling is set to face contract talks with the Anfield club within the next two weeks, after several days of Sterling seemingly agitating for the club to offer him a new contract, as reported by the Metro.
This comes as a result of a clause in Sterling’s current contract, which means that the Merseyside team have to hold discussions over fresh terms with the player once he has made his 90th appearance for the historic side.
Sterling was instrumental during Liverpool’s 2-1 win against West Brom on Saturday, a game that arrested an alarming slump that had seen the Reds go without a win in the Premier League for the entire month of September.
The winger created Henderson’s winner.
That game was Sterling’s 87th for Brendan Rodgers’s side, and in an attempt to sort matters out before the contract calls for it, Ian Ayre has apparently contacted the player’s representatives in order to agree a new deal, which will take place in the next two weeks.