Manchester City plot £50m swoop for Raheem Sterling - round-up (1)

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The future of Raheem Sterling took a huge twist this week when Brendan Rodgers admitted contract talks with the player had been held off until the summer.

It is clear the issue is money. Sterling really wants lots of it; Liverpool don't want to pay it. So here we are, at an impasse.

It looks set to be one of the longest-running sagas of the summer transfer window.

Sterling could do himself a big favour by inspiring Liverpool to a win against Manchester United today. But it seems regardless of what he does, he will have plenty of attractive options in the summer.

Here we take a look at some of Sunday's biggest stories from the Bundesliga to Serie A. Plenty of cogs are starting to turn ahead of what promises to be a huge summer of spending for the Premier League.

Click the 'Begin Slideshow' button to reveal the stories you've waited so patiently to see.

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