Manchester City winger Raheem Sterling would consider an offer from Chelsea or Arsenal, it has been revealed.

The Telegraph says a number of top flight teams and managers think Sterling is likely to be sold when manager Pep Guardiola finishes shaping his squad.

But Chelsea and Arsenal are the only sides the 22-year-old could join if he was to be made available by City in the next 12 months.

City would not be willing to let Sterling join rivals Manchester United, while a return to Liverpool, who he left acrimoniously, would not be on the cards.

Tottenham, who’ve emerged as serious title challengers over the past couple of years, would not be in the running for his signature either because of his prospective transfer fee or wages.

Where Sterling will play his football in seasons to come could depend on whether Guardiola manages to snare Arsenal contract rebel Sanchez in 2018.