Raheem Sterling might leave Chelsea after his disappointing season


Chelsea could be open to listening to offers for Raheem Sterling. Raheem Sterling failed to impress at Stamford Bridge this season after his transfer. Chelsea earned a very much needed against Crystal Palace at Stamford Bridge. The Blues had only won one game in their last 11 games in all competitions. This was a hard-earned victory for them. A header from Kai Havertz ensured their victory. Although Chelsea are still sitting 10th in the Premier League table, they are now equal pots with Liverpool. The Blues had an extremely busy transfer window. They have already signed five new players at the start of the January transfer window. Though now it appears that one of Chelsea’s new signings could be on their way out of the club.

Raheem Sterling could be leaving Chelsea in the transfer window

Reports suggest that Chelsea are willing to listen to offers for Raheem Sterling. Raheem Sterling was one of the first signings Todd Boehly made after taking over Chelsea. The player arrived from Manchester City in a deal worth £47.5 million. Furthermore the England international had a very good record with Manchester City before coming to London. Though six months in the club, the player is yet to impress at Stamford Bridge. It s claimed that Chelsea will let Raheem Sterling go if they are offered the right price for the player, despite him signing a 5-year contract with the club. The England international have been a regular starter for the Blues. The player have played 22 games so far and have only scored six goals so far. Despite of his poor goal-scoring record, he is their second-highest goal-scorer.

A number of Chelsea players are also linked with a move. Christian Pulisic and Hakim Ziyech are also linked with a move away from the club. Chelsea could sell Raheem Sterling if they find any suitable offer for the player. The Blues are expected to continue their quest to sign more players this transfer window.

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