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Raheem Sterling to Tuchel’s Chelsea or Conte’s Spurs?

Sterling, Six Sports

With the imminent arrival of Haaland and Julian Alvares, Man City attackers might reconsider their stay at Etihad. In such a stacked squad receiving a regular game, time will be a serious issue. Some players have started looking for options elsewhere which include the likes of Sterling, Jesus, etc.

Man City clinched the title in an epic comeback against Villa in the last 6 minutes. Man City is a well-built team with impressive squad depth accompanied by quality in every position. Although if not used properly having strength has got no meaning. 

Sterling to Spurs, How can he improve the team?

Sterling has been linked to a move to both Chelsea and Spurs. Although both can offer champions league football, one needs the English international more than the other. 

Spurs may have secured champions league game time but they’re still building. Conte has brought some major reinforcements into the team but it still lacks from certain places, especially from the front. Sterling can play a variety of roles upfront hence proving to be ideal for Conte.

The spurs attack has scored goals this season but could’ve done even better if the attacking trio was complete. Inconsistency from Moura, Bergwijn was very visible during the initial phases of the season.

With this transfer, which aspects will Chelsea improve?

Tuchel’s Chelsea has seen some very bad days after tasting early glory. Crashed out of knock-out stage, lost FA cup final, sanctions, player-manager bust-up, etc. Players are leaving the team such as Rudiger, Alonso, Christensen, and Azpi with an uncertain future. 

The backline of Chelsea is more vulnerable than ever before and major reinforcement especially at the back would be needed. Although Sterling could solve the problem of attack inconsistencies Chelsea may not need him at the moment. 

Sterling can score as well as set up goals which is much needed for the pensioners and it’ll also release pressure from Mount and Havertz. 

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