England winger Raheem Sterling could leave Manchester City this summer for another Premier League side.
No longer one of Pep Guardiola’s top picks at Manchester City, Raheem Sterling has a good chance of bouncing elsewhere during the looming transfer window. The echoes emanating from England, and more particularly from Daily Mail, indicate that it could be ceded to Arsenal, which lacks solutions in the attacking sector.
A step back for Sterling
It is not certain, however, that Sterling will agree to leave City to join the Gunners. It would be a funny choice for someone who not so long ago was in Real Madrid’s sights. The former Liverpool player could therefore resolve to accept his new role as joker with the Sky Blues rather than joining London and notably playing a full season without the European Cup.
Note that even little used in recent months, Sterling finished the year as the 3rd most decisive player in the Eastlands (14 goals and 10 assists), behind Kevin De Bruyne and Phil Foden.
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