Drinking too much
beer in Munich ;)
Join Date: Feb 2012
Location: I would rather not say
When yoiu say the clutch sticks is it the pedal which doesn't come back up all the way on it's own, but will lift with some help with your foot ? If so then I've read about that being related to worn pedal pushes. Some people have managed to lubricate them with lithium grease to eliminate the problem.
If the bearing is the source of the noise the gearbox needs to come off to replace it. The clutch slave cylinder can become sticky too, but it usually sticks at the bottom. The slave cylinder & bearing come together and are often sold as part of a clutch kit.
£100 - £180 for a slave cylinder & bearing
£223 - new clutch kit which includes cylinder & bearing
£600 - DMF kit including other parts above
If you were unsure if it was the flywheel, and you can't do the job yoiuirself, your best bet with a garage is to ask them to start preparing to change the clutch kit and if the dmf is the issue then change that too whlie the gearbox is off. Most decent garages will make that suggestion anyway.
Some people might also suggest changing the DMF anyway, but your mileage is very low. I guess it depends on how those miles were made up though. I have 136k miles on the original clutch and flywheel, mostly motorway miles in 4 years, so the clutch hasn't been very busy.
Like you say, you'll know on Monday