Real Madrid could be a good move for Raheem Sterling this summer.
The talented winger bagged his fourth Premier League trophy with Manchester City and has won four EFL Cups and one FA Cup.
Since his move from Liverpool in 2015, he has scored 131 goals in 339 appearances for City.
He could struggle for game time after the arrival of Erling Haaland and Julian Alvarez in the summer.
He has entered the final 12 months of his contract and former England keeper David James backs the 27-year-old to join Real Madrid.
James told GGRecon: ‘The easy answer is, stay at Man City!
‘You’re going to get enough regular time in a successful side. It’s going to be a little bit congested before the World Cup but within that you’re going to get enough game time, and enough rest I would argue, to be fresher for a World Cup.
‘The Real Madrid one, I don’t know Raheem personally so the answer could quite easily be yes, with regards to his personality and what Real Madrid requires.
‘But the one thing we’ve seen and a lot of the conversation from Paris has been about what a Real Madrid player is, and it’s not just someone who’s skilful who can score a few goals.
‘We talk about big clubs in the world but Real Madrid are up there with the biggest. A lot of people were saying that Real Madrid is the ultimate football club to play for.
‘I know there’s the arguments for Manchester United and Liverpool, but there just seems to be something about Real Madrid that is just slightly different.’