Chelsea target Raheem Sterling could 'come back and bite' Pep Guardiola, ex-Man City player claims

6/28/2022 11:29:00 PM

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Former Manchester City goalkeeper Shay Given thinks Raheem Sterling could 'come back and bite' Pep Guardiola if he joins Chelsea this summer.

Given thinks the decision to sell Sterling could haunt Man City down the line:“He’s a top player, but for whatever reason in the last 12 or 18 months him and Pep, have not fallen out, but he’s just not started every game,” Given toldtalkSPORT.“Sterling is a player that strikes me that would not be happy coming off the bench and being a bit-part player in the last six or seven months.

“Will he come back and bite Pep, maybe? That’s the thing from a City point of view, do you think he will come back and score a goal towards the end of the season that wins the league for Chelsea.“He’s a top player, but with 12 months left £50million is still a lot of money. With the Financial Fair Play, City have to balance the books and they are still trying to bring in players as well.

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Given thinks the decision to sell Sterling could haunt Man City down the line: “He’s a top player, but for whatever reason in the last 12 or 18 months him and Pep, have not fallen out, but he’s just not started every game,” Given told talkSPORT . “Sterling is a player that strikes me that would not be happy coming off the bench and being a bit-part player in the last six or seven months. And their former player, Ake, has emerged as a target. “Will he come back and bite Pep, maybe? That’s the thing from a City point of view, do you think he will come back and score a goal towards the end of the season that wins the league for Chelsea. Among them include plans for a new steakhouse, a cocktail bar in the old All Saints shop, and a restaurant with a retractable rooftop bar on Trinity Walk, all of which could open this year. “He’s a top player, but with 12 months left £50million is still a lot of money. Boehly ‘contacted’ City on Monday to check on the Premier League champions’ valuation of the two players. With the Financial Fair Play, City have to balance the books and they are still trying to bring in players as well. According to the Local Democracy Reporting Service , the meeting heard the council had 11 full time staff and ideally there should be at least 18 inspectors.

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