A lot have been said about the long transfer saga swirling around the England International forward and Liverpool’ striker, Raheem Sterling. The current heated transfer issue is pertinent to Man City’s offering thirty million pounds for the player, which apparently is still way too far from the expected price by the Merseyside, fifty million pounds. However, lots of disputes are in fact contrary to the rumored price on the player. Is he really worth that much money? For a youngster, spending that much money is without a doubt too risky.
There is for sure an element of doubt in determining Sterling’s price tag. Without a doubt, he is still a developing player and he needs lots of games to prove how much he actually is worth. If he does not get the regular playing chances, then he would end up suffering on the bench as what happened to Shaun Wright-Phillips, Scott Sinclair, and Adam Johnson in recent times. If the reports are reliable that Man City’s bid was twenty five million pounds added with five million pounds add-ons then that will probably is close to how much Sterling is actually worth. As what most pundits say, a lot of it is potential, yet what potential he has? Man City’s manager, Manuel Pellegrini’s side tend to pay a Man City premium as well, because selling clubs know that Man City can afford that little bit higher. Presumably something between thirty million and thirty five million will be appropriate for someone of his caliber, provided that Man City’s marquee signing in this summer. The talks between Man City and the reds for Raheem Sterling have all of the undertakings of classic summer transfer enigma.
Man City will not be offering up Sergio Aguero, Joe Hart, or Yaya Toure, yet these players may be willing to part with the rest of the others. Liverpool side do not tend to go for swap ideas though. They have sold player for massive money in recent time, they in fact have demanded on cash only so the club can waste that sum on men who more often than not will find themselves on loan.
The Man City players will presumably the most fond of offloading may not be interesting to Brendan Rodgers, while the Reds’ owners are unlikely to desire to take on players that are commonly on very high salaries. Even if Man City offers David Silva, FSG will most likely baulk at his weekly salary.