What is Raheem Sterling’s net worth in 2021? We explore the Manchester City player’s salary and more.

Sterling, 26, was born on 8 December 1994 in Kingston, Jamaica. He moved to London, England at the aged 5.

At the age of 10, Sterling was signed to the Queens Park Rangers academy. In 2010, Raheem Sterling was signed by Liverpool. He joined their senior squad just two years later, before leaving in 2015 for Manchester City. Sterling has played for Man C ever since.

But what is Raheem Sterling’s net worth now, nine years into his professional career?

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Raheem Sterling of Manchester City is challenged by Jack Grealish of Aston Villa during the Premier League match between Manchester City and Aston Villa at Etihad Stadium on October 26, 2019 in Manchester, United Kingdom. (Photo by Manchester City FC/Manchester City FC via Getty Images)

Raheem Sterling: Net worth

Raheem Sterling’s net worth in 2021 is $45 million (about £32 million).

His total transfer fees to date are reported to be £57.96 million. Sterling was signed by Liverpool from QPR academy for £630,000.

On 14 July, 2015 Manchester City signed Sterling for £57.33 million.


Exploring Sterling’s Man City salary

Raheem Sterling is reportedly earning £300,000 a week in his Manchester City contract. Another report states that he earns a total of £10.4 million a year with Man C.

This makes him one of the highest paid footballers in the Premier League. Not only this, the signing of Sterling by Man C made him the most expensive English player ever.

Does Raheem Sterling get paid to play for England?

Unlike the Premier League, the national teams do things a little bit differently.

At the 2018 World Cup, the total prize money was $400m, with $38m going to the winners. Fifa allows individual countries to decide how much to pay their players in appearance fees, and then for the winners to decide how to divide the prize money.

The BBC estimated that the England players would be earning “just under £2,000 per squad member per match.” This is far less than their Premier League salaries.

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