Raheem Sterling set for Liverpool exit

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Spanish football expert Paul Breen-Turner believes Raheem Sterling will leave Liverpool at the end of the season, reports the Express.

Breen-Turner, who is the La Liga expert on talkSPORT, has insisted that the Reds' star player is heading out of Anfield, suggesting that he will move to Spanish giants Real Madrid. 

Real switch 

He's admitted that the likes of Real Madrid and Barcelona are able to take the Premier League's best players every summer, revealing that Sterling will probably be the next. 

Speaking to talkSPORT, he said: "How can it be fair that these two clubs are slaughtering their own league with an unfair distribution of TV rights which enables them to come and take the best player from the Premier League every single season - whether that is Gareth Bale, David Beckham or Luis Suarez,"Paul Breen-Turner said.

"And Raheem Sterling will be next, by the way, because I am hearing he will be gone from Liverpool and will probably be at Real Madrid next season."

There's no doubt about it, these comments will only worry Liverpool fans, who have already had to come to terms with the fact that captain Steven Gerrard is set to leave the club behind at the end of this campaign. 

The loss of Sterling, though, would arguably come as an even greater blow for the club, with the player being recognised as one of the standout young players in the division. 

Chelsea interest 

Another worry for Liverpool fans may well be the interest that Chelsea seemingly have in the player's signature. Despite Breen-Turner suggesting that Sterling is set for the Bernabeu, the report from the Express has revealed that Jose Mourinho's side have an interest in the talented winger. 

Chelsea, who currently lead the way at the top of the Premier League, already have an array of attacking talent plying their trade at Stamford Bridge, but the possible addition of Sterling would only strengthen them further as they go in search of long term success. 

Liverpool fans: Do you think Sterling will leave this summer? Have your say in the comments section below! 

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