Arsenal thinking about adding Premier League winner to their squad

Arsenal is considering a summer move for Raheem Sterling as he plays for Manchester City without a new deal.

The England attacker’s contract expires at the end of next season. He has been in talks with the Citizens over an extension, but they haven’t reached an agreement yet.

The Telegraph claims Mikel Arteta will look to add him to his squad at the Emirates if the former Liverpool man becomes available for transfer.

The report claims Sterling has put talks with City on hold for now until the end of the season.

However, because the champions don’t allow their key men to run down their deals, his future will be decided this summer.

It remains unclear how keen City is to renew Sterling’s deal, but what is clear is that Arsenal will pounce if he becomes available for transfer.

Just Arsenal Opinion

Sterling has been one of the finest players in the Premier League in the last few seasons, and he has already won all the domestic club trophies available to him.

The attacker will take us to a new level, but we cannot wait for him. We need to act on other players on our wishlist before he decides on his future.

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  1. He can score in England which is check box one for me.

    My question is if he is the type of player we really need most. I am not as sure with this check box.

  2. This is not the player Arsenal needs now upfront. Arsenal must be ruthless, ambitious and forward thinking. Arsenal must buy a quality striker like Darwin Nunez, Erling Haaland or Victor Osimhen. I believe buying players from Manchester city, will not be a good thing for Arsenal. As, they are going to have that superiority complex and want to play every game like Willian did, despite their performances. Plus, their high wage demand is not good for the club. Arsenal needs fresh young quality talents that are cheaper to buy and pay wages, like Christopher Nkunku and Aurelien Tchouameni. Why help Manchester city to offload Jesus and Sterling, only for them to use funds received from Arsenal to invest in Haaland and Tchouameni. Arsenal must go all out and compete for the best emerging quality talents that are available, if we are to close the gap on Liverpool and Manchester city.

  3. Accept it or not but this is the only player we are going to get from than city team. Pep and Jesus are not going to talk to arsenal .
    Arsenal needs to poke the market and bayern for Gnabry .
    If we can get sterling, serge gnabry , Ivan toney, keep nketiah and bring in one of those young strikers from the academy. We have sorted our attack.

  4. This would be a great acquisition. He could play on the left with Tavares and they could run up cul-de-sacs together.

    Those of you who disagree with my assessment of Sterling, need do no more than look at the England Italy Euro final.

  5. Shity players are already what arteta wants them to be morally and proffessionally so i don’t expect them to be egoistic or trouble makers as the culture at shity is what arteta is trying to instill at arsenal but their transfer fee and wage might be the problem here esp sterling so i think the club can go for him or jesus if arteta really wants them,my opinion anyway.

  6. He would improve us. Only need to see his g/a and he is consistently up there. Not denying he can also miss some easy chances but I would def take Sterling still. I just don’t see city letting us have both him and Jesus. And I would prefer Jesus over Sterling.

  7. No thanks.
    A “diver” and besides that, we already have young talent in the positions, Sterling can play.

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