With Raheem Sterling making massive improvements under Pep Guardiola at Manchester City, Real Madrid are now reportedly looking at him as a possible replacement for Cristiano Ronaldo.
The Englishman has become a key first team regular under the Spaniard at the Citizens, and has matured into one of the Premier League's deadliest attackers.
Prior to Guardiola's arrival at the Etihad, many criticised the winger for lacking an end product, but his finishing and final pass has improved drastically over the past two years.
According to ESPN FC, Sterling is one of the names Real's board are monitoring as a long-term replacement for Ronaldo.
Los Blancos have struggled to get positive results this past month, leading many to believe that president Florentino Perez will spend big at the next opportunity.
The Spanish giants are aware of Sterling's comments last year, when he stated that the prospect of playing outside of England, and in Spain in particular, in the future does interest him.
The 23-year-old has been in fine form so far this season so far, scoring four goals and assisting a further three strikes in 10 matches for the Citizens.
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