Raheem Sterling has reportedly been left 'fighting' for his Manchester City future following the arrival of Jack Grealish.
The ex-Liverpool starlet struggled to become a regular starter under Pep Guardiola last term but is believed to have been in talks over a new deal over the summer.
However, Sterling is yet to commit his future to the Premier League champions beyond the summer of 2023, meaning that City could come under increasing pressure to sell him in the coming months.
Sterling has also fallen behind Grealish in the pecking order since his compatriot's £100m arrival, and The Telegraph claims that the attacker is fighting for his right to wear the light blue.
Sterling boasts a total of 115 goals and 88 assists from 301 games in a Man City shirt, but he has only started two of the club's six Premier League games so far this term.
Barcelona are rumoured to be plotting a January move for the 26-year-old amid his uncertain contract situation at the Etihad.