Arsenal competing with AC Milan for England international

Arsenal has started work on getting their transfer targets ready to sign for the club.

This would be a huge summer for the Gunners whether or not they secure a return to Champions League football.

One position they need more firepower is their attack, and several names have been linked with a move to the club.

Manchester City’s Raheem Sterling is one of them and he is a long-term target of the Gunners.

Calciomercato.it claims they remain interested in a move for him and have placed him on their transfer wishlist.

The former Liverpool man is also being chased by AC Milan and he would have to make a decision about his future in the summer.

He has been in talks with City over an extension, but Arsenal still hopes to lure him away from the Etihad.

Just Arsenal Opinion

Sterling has been one of the finest players in the Premier League and he would bring experience and quality to our squad if he joins.

However, it would be hard to take him away from City if he doesn’t want to leave.

We can hardly offer him more money than the Premier League champions, but if he is leaving, we are a better option than Milan.

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  1. He wouldn’t be a bad target, I just hope he’ll still have the fight in him,

    I suspect some man city players would leave after their fallout at the UCL semifinals,

    If I had the chance to pick any player from man city, it surely would be Cancelo.

  2. I think some City’s older players may be starting to be unhappy with rotation,playing time.i watched City Vs RM,KDB didn’t seem happy to be subbed off and Sterling looked unhappy as coming on as a sub late on in the game.

    1. Would you really want a player who will only sign for us if we get CL football? I’m not talking about the Mbappé ,Haaland…of this world.

      1. Si, im not sure it is about that, it is about his options. He or anyone who has lofty ambitions will sign for a team that they sees has ambition, anyone would. Why would he want to go low, when he has the chance to go high?

        1. True,once you play for City there aren’t many teams that can be seen as a step up or not as a step down, actually very few teams.

  3. It won’t happen unless he’s willing to significantly lower his wage demands which i doubt so like I said, it won’t happen.

  4. Id take him in a heartbeat and I RECKON SO WOULD MA. But I doubt he will be available or cheap enough . AND I doubt he would want to come .
    Not a 100 % certain impossibility but pretty close, I SAY!

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