Manchester City’s attacker Raheem Sterling is planning to leave the Premier League champions in the upcoming summer transfer window.
The ex Liverpool player has played a crucial role for England in the ongoing Euros 2020 which helped them to reach the finals where they will face Roberto Mancini’s Italy.
Sterling has struggled to prove himself to Pep Guardiola himself at the end of the Premier League 2020-21 campaign. The England striker has scored 14 goals and 12 assists in all competitions in the last term for the Citizens. He was off-colour in last year’s UEFA Champions League final against Chelsea 2-1. Now, he has linked with other clubs as he wants to leave the club.
Sterling to leave Manchester City before the start of next season
According to The Athletic, if Sterling will get a suitable and good offer from other clubs, then he will move to that club and leave the Etihad this summer.
The report also claims that the England international still does not have such great relationships with the Spaniards. As his contract is due in 2023, but the board is trying to renew his contract.
The Manchester striker, Raheem Sterling has started in the starting XI’s in all six times in Euros 2020. He earned a crucial penalty in the semifinals against Denmark in the Extra Time. The penalty helped England to reach the finals of Euros for the first time in the history of football. The penalty was taken by Harry Kane, the English skipper. He helped Gareth Southgate’s side to reach their maiden finals of any major tournament.
Raheem Sterling has been recognizing for his adaptability and capability to play wide on the flanks, at midfield and offering flexibility. He is known for his pace, low center of gravity and for his dribbling skills.