It is perceived the two clubs stay in discussions and talks have sped up this week.
Presently as per the Daily Mail, an arrangement is set to be struck before long which will see Sterling do the change to West London.
The England worldwide, 27, looks on course to pen a four-year contract at Stamford Bridge.
He has spoken with Blues boss Thomas Tuchel - and those discussions have simply added to Sterling's longing to leave City for Chelsea.
The previous Liverpool winger has scored 131 objectives in 337 appearances since his 2015 move from Anfield.
SunSport dissected why Sterling's great goalscoring record, his imagination for any semblance of Kai Havertz and his capacity to be liquid in the going after framework would make him the best getting paperwork done for Chelsea.
The report adds Chelsea are likewise enthused about Nathan Ake and Oleksandr Zinchenko from the Etihad.
The pair would give fortifications at the back after some high-profile takeoffs this mid year.
Left-footed Ake was on the books with Chelsea for quite a long time however joined Bournemouth in 2017 after a fruitful credit.
Notwithstanding, it is impossible Pep Guardiola and his City bosses would permit an opponent club to sign three of their players in a similar exchange window.
New proprietor Todd Boehly has likewise not abandoned marking Leeds star Raphinha.
The £60m-evaluated assailant seemed to join Arsenal, then Chelsea were in shaft position yet Barcelona are as yet intrigued and would be the Brazilian's best option objective.
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