International talent will sign a 4-year contract with Chelsea after successful negotiations with Tuchel
Raheem Sterling is expected to sign a four-year deal with Chelsea.
Raheem Sterling is expected to sign a four-year deal with Chelsea as the Blues near a £45 million deal to manage Manchester City.
Romelu Lukaku was intentionally lost by Thomas Tuchel this summer after the striker was allowed to sign on loan with Inter Milan. His attack has to be improved because it currently lacks a proven goal scorer.
Since the 2017–18 campaign, Sterling has consistently scored double digit goals. He currently has 131 goals overall for Man City from 337 appearances, so he would undoubtedly pose a significant threat to Chelsea.
The Daily Mail reports that there is growing certainty that the attacker will transfer to Stamford Bridge this summer. The Blues have been strongly linked with a bid for Sterling lately.
According to the newspaper, Sterling will sign a four-year contract with Chelsea, and negotiations between all parties have recently intensified significantly. A £45 million deal is reportedly close to being reached.
Real’s situation at Manchester City
The England international has fallen in the Etihad hierarchy. Due to Erling Haaland and Julian Alvarez being marked by City, the former Liverpool player’s struggles could get worse.
Pep Guardiola primarily used him as a false nine or on the left wing. However, it appears that the Premier League champions are currently overextended in attack, and Sterling may be the major issue. It makes sense that his playing time has decreased again. By doing this, he has not committed to a long-term relationship with the Sky Blues; his contract expires the following summer.
Will Sterling fit at Chelsea?
Chelsea poses a significant threat to goals with their quick counterattacks. Lukaku struggled under Tuchel primarily because he didn’t fit into his system, but Sterling should unquestionably be a better fit for his playing style.
He is one of the greatest when it comes to 1v1 situations, and Chelsea could benefit greatly from his direct style. The move appears to be only a matter of time thanks to Tuchel and his team’s persistent efforts on behalf of England.
The ambiguous tenure of Authentic at City might finally be coming to an end. We should see how this intended action develops.