Tony Cascarino has claimed that Tottenham switch goal, Raheem Sterling, has made an ‘incredible improvement’ in his sport since leaving Liverpool for Manchester City in 2015, as he instructed talkSPORT.
The former striker added that, at Liverpool, Sterling was a ‘one in four-goal man’, however at Manchester City, he has now grow to be a ‘one in two’ participant.
Sterling’s contract on the Etihad expires subsequent summer time and there are rumours that the likes of Spurs need to signal him throughout this present switch window.
If Antonio Conte can handle to lure the England worldwide to Spurs, then it will be some coup from the north London membership, who might be taking part in Champions League soccer subsequent time period.
And if he had been to grow to be obtainable, Cascarino thinks ‘a lot of clubs’ would need to signal Sterling, even for a presumably heavy switch charge.
“Raheem has gone from a one in four-goal ratio at Liverpool, as a young man, said Cascarino.
“To a one in two man at Man City. That’s an incredible improvement. There aren’t many players that can get to the byline very quickly. Get a huge number of goals and assists. And cause havoc.
“Raheem has an incredible burst of speed over ten yards that drives him into positions that defenders hate. And he does it brilliantly.
“I am a big fan of Sterling. There will be a lot of clubs that would take him. Even for a decent price because he is 27.”
STERLING SHOULD STAY AT MAN CITY
The speak about Sterling’s future stems from his supposed lack of begins at Man City this season.
But, with Pep Guardiola rotating the Man City beginning wheel like he’s on Wheels of Fortunes, then Sterling isn’t the one one wanting extra minutes.
Last season, there was well-documented discuss of Bernardo Silva presumably leaving Man City for comparable causes.
But, that shortly modified as quickly as his minutes began to select up and it wouldn’t be a shock if the identical occurs to Sterling at the beginning of the following marketing campaign.
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