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Liverpool could be in danger of losing starlet Raheem Sterling this summer, as his mother wants to move back to London.

 

The Reds signed the 17-year-old from QPR two years ago but his first team opportunities under Kenny Dalglish have been limited, which is frustrating him and his mother Nadine – according to The Mirror.

 

Tottenham Hotspur are reportedly ready to act if the England Under-17 international decides he has had enough of playing for the reserves and youth teams.

 

Sterling has been gaining rave reviews for his performances for Liverpool's second string, but he is yet to make an appearance in a competitive match for the Anfield club.

 

His only two chances have come in pre-season friendlies, but Liverpool have reportedly turned down a number offers to take the exciting young striker on loan – from teams like Bolton, Swansea West Ham and Sheffield Wednesday.

 

When he signed for Liverpool, his mother moved with him to Merseyside along with his two younger siblings, but she is now becoming tired of her son’s lack of opportunities and reportedly wants to return to their pervious home in Harlseden, north London.

 

Sterling famously scored five goals in a 9-0 FA Youth Cup game against Southend and he recently scored a quality goal against Arsenal reserves – it was the same game that Abou Diaby was making his comeback and also scored.

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