On his Instagram account, Jose Enrique said that the rumored departures of Raheem Sterling to Chelsea and Gabriel Jesus to Arsenal were “uplifting news” for Liverpool.
The probable addition of Jesus to Arsenal’s positions this summer, according to the former Premier League left-back, is a “amazing marking” by the team.
At this time, Liverpool and Manchester City have held the top two spots in the Premier League for a few of years, with both Jesus and Sterling having a significant influence on their success.
Pep Guardiola helped Man City win its fourth Premier League championship in as many years on the final day of the 2021–2022 season, much to the chagrin of Merseysiders.
These tidbits of rumor suggest that Jesus and Sterling may be moving in the direction of the exit entryway while Erling Haaland has been seen strolling through the entrances this summer.
Enrique thinks it may be advantageous for the Reds because Manchester City are losing some proven finishers in the final part of the field.
Enrique remarked, “Incredible having papers done for Arsenal.” “Man City is reportedly giving him to Chelsea, along with Sterling, for what seems like.
CHELSEA OR ARSENAL: WHO WILL GET A BETTER DEAL?
Who will receive the better bargain out of the two, assuming that both Arsenal and Chelsea complete the rumored moves for Jesus and Sterling?
There are rumors that Arsenal will offer £50 million to Manchester City for the Brazilian player, whose contract has one year remaining.
While Sterling might move to London for a bit less—£45 million would be quieted for the England international—his current contract at the Etihad still has one year to run.
Going into the new season, both Arsenal and Chelsea need to be more capable, and Mikel Arteta is ready to bring a number nine to north London.
After Romelu Lukaku’s really poor return the previous summer, Thomas Tuchel is getting ready to let him leave, therefore he will need a few more goals in the bank.
Real is the superior player between the two, yet Chelsea might be getting the better deal here given their cheaper price.