Liverpool's English midfielder Raheem Sterling arrives to attend the Liverpool Football Club 2015 Players' Awards at the Echo Arena in Liverpool on May 19, 2015. AFP PHOTO / PAUL ELLIS
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Raheem Sterling's future at Liverpool was plunged into fresh doubt Thursday after the Premier League club reportedly canceled a meeting to discuss a new contract for the unsettled forward.Sterling's agent Aidy Ward had requested a meeting with Liverpool chief executive Ian Ayre and Reds manager Brendan Rodgers this week to discuss the 20-year-old's future following reports he was keen to leave Anfield at the end of the season.After turning down a 100,000 pounds-a-week ($156,000) contract offer in January, Sterling is said to have decided to seek a transfer to a club playing in the Champions League next term, sparking a reported approach from Manchester United this week, while Manchester City, Arsenal, Chelsea and Real Madrid are also watching the situation with interest.
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