Should Arsenal take this ex-Man City star on loan until the summer?

Raheem Sterling To Arsenal On loan; Why Not?

If there is one thing that has the Gooners worried, it is what move Arteta and Edu will make to improve the quality and quantity of their attack this month.

After weeks and months of believing Mykhailo Mudryk would be the next face to join Arteta’s attack, that move will not take place because the Ukrainian Neymar is now at Stamford Bridge. To forget about the transfer setback he’s had this month, Arteta must now consider other top attackers he can recruit.

Darren Bent has made it simple for Arteta to put the Mudryk saga behind him. The Arsenal fan has asked Arsenal to persuade Chelsea to allow Raheem Sterling, who has failed to shine at Stamford Bridge, to join them on loan.

“I would take him on loan. I would take him on loan. 100%,” replied Bent while on TalkSport after being asked if he would consider Arsenal recruiting Sterling on loan.

Sterling has delivered in the Premier League year after year since breaking onto the scene, so it’s difficult to say what’s wrong with him at Chelsea.

Mikel Arteta, who fine-tuned the 28-year-old while he was still Pep Guardiola’s understudy, may be the man who knows how to get the best out of him.

After Oleksander Zinchenko and Gabriel Jesus, Sterling could be Arteta’s missing link in winning his first managerial league title.

Daniel O


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16 Comments

  1. Sterling doesn’t look like a 28 year old player. He is like a 32 yo. Has lost his pace (in my opinion).

  2. My initial thoughts was don’t go there, but actually he is a dangerous player and often a match winner at City. My dilemma
    Is that he didn’t play that often towards the end of he’s time at City, was it because he didn’t want to do the Hard stuff ?(tracking back etc). Arteta obviously knows he’s ability and character so if he goes for him, I’m cool with that..

    I like the look of the young guy (Italian fella cant think of hes name) at Leeds, seems to be a very “football intelligent” player for he’s age…

  3. It’s been almost a week since we failed to bring in Mudryk ,so maybe they have sat back and Reassessed the situation and decided against bringing in someone until the summer as we sit 8 points clear and with another team’s struggling why change something by hat is clearly working .
    We obviously need some decent back ups but IMO up top wasn’t a position of priority.

    Onto Sterling I cannot see him wanting to leave being on 325k a week as we will not pay anywhere near that , he’s still a class player but for whatever reason it’s hasn’t clicked at Chelsea ,but same could be said for almost all their squad ,saying that I wouldn’t be displeased if he he was to join but that KT won’t be happening.
    Read all week we are interested in Diaby ,I say keep the money in the bank because he is not worth half the price being quoted .

  4. EXCLUSIVE: Arsenal have opened talks to sign Leandro Trossard from Brighton, negotiations are advanced with official bid ready for permanent move. 🚨⚪️🔴 #AFC

    Personal terms already agreed — talks will continue to get deal done soon.
    Fabrizio Romano

    Happy with this considering the lack of realistic affordable options in the market. Hopefully they are still eyeing up a central midfielder. 🤞🏽

  5. Raheem on loan hmmm I smell guilt over murdyk , I say keep raheem who on mega wages at Chelsea not getting a game and there sitting 10th in the league and potters spending more money than his wife on a shopping sprees now he’s got real wages quick bcoz if he doesn’t turn things round ,please pick ur p45 at nearest dest Graeme potter. Haha

  6. Why is arsenal saying nothing about a valuable Partey back-up. Probably they will count on injury-prone Zinchenko???

  7. No.

    His wages are far too high and his form is bad even for him…

    One thing I noticed about Sterling is that he plays well in superior sides, usually only once they’re winning – he’s rarely the player to break the deadlock and often plays very badly when the game is in the balance.

    Some of his England performances have been dire early on in a match. I’ve never really understood the hype about him.

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