Raheem Sterling tipped to leave Man City and complete Arsenal transfer for ‘fresh challenge’

Trevor Sinclair has advised Raheem Sterling to leave Manchester City this summer and move to Arsenal.

According to the Daily Mail, Sterling is a target for the Gunners in the upcoming window, with the England international struggling to hold down a place in Pep Guardiola’s City team recently.

The 26-year-old suffered with some poor form despite City running away with the Premier League title.

Now, former City star Sinclair has been speaking about the ex-Liverpool winger’s future at the Etihad Stadium.

Speaking on Monday’s talkSPORT Breakfast, he said: “I might be wrong, but reading between the lines and the media that’s being released, I think they’d be prepared to let him go.

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“I think there’s a potential move for Raheem [Sterling] this summer.

“You look at the individual; there are a few little rumours coming out that Man City are prepared to listen to offers.

“You look at the way he’s played during his time at Man City and he has been superb.

“I think they’ll be a queue of clubs wanting to sign him.

“Not on the last three or four months of form but on his previous nine years of performances.

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“He’s not had any real injury problems. I look at him, and he doesn’t look excited; he looks anxious about being out there.

“He has proved to all the fans he is a top player, so I think he needs a fresh challenge and I think it would coincide with the club’s model.”

football.london understands that Arsenal are preparing to buy new players for at least five positions this summer, with technical director Edu set to have a hectic period in front of him.

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