Chelsea is looking to bolster its attack this summer and the latest player to creep onto their radar is Man City winger Raheem Sterling. Well, it appears he's also interested in the idea of leaving the Etihad for Stamford Bridge.

Per ESPN, Sterling is keen on moving to West London because of new owner Todd Boehly's ambition after taking over for Roman Abramovich. Also, the American has made the England international his top transfer target, which is clearly appealing to Sterling. Chelsea is on the verge of securing a loan deal for Romelu Lukaku as he eyes a reunion with Inter, therefore the club is hoping to find a worthy replacement to come in and produce the goods.

City meanwhile is demanding £50-60 million for Sterling this summer instead of letting him leave for free in a year's time. Their frontline is already congested following the arrival of Erling Haaland, which is likely why Sterling is eyeing a move elsewhere.

This next contract he signs could be the last of his career and Sterling has already expressed an interest in a new challenge elsewhere, with Bayern and Real Madrid also fond. But, Chelsea appears to be the frontrunner and for them, Sterling would be a fantastic signing.

He's played a key part in Man City's success over the years, serving as a staple in Pep Guardiola's attack. Sterling scored 13 goals and contributed five assists in 30 Premier League appearances last term.

Gabriel Jesus is also expected to depart Manchester this summer for Arsenal.