Manchester City is set to officially confirmed the signing of Raheem Sterling from Liverpool forward after he completed his medicals on Tuesday afternoon.
The Citizens have agreed a £49million deal with Liverpool for the forward who was seen leaving a Manchester hospital after completing his medicals.
City made two bids for the 20-year-old which was rejected by Liverpool, but had a breakthrough on Monday, July 13 after a £49million offer.
Manchester City will pay Liverpool a guaranteed sum of £45million before an additional £4million in add-ons.
Sterling is expected to sign a contract worth £180,000-a-week.
He became a contract rebel while forcing a move away from Liverpool.
He missed two days of training last week after calling in sick and refused the club on their pre-season tour of the Far East.
Sterling has bid farewell to his Liverpool teammates.
He joined Liverpool as a youngster in 2010 for £500,000 from Queens Park-Rangers who will receive close to £9million as part of the Sterling’s deal when they sold the player.
Liverpool agreed to pay QPR 20 percent of any profit from the forward’s next move.