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Raheem Sterling warned he won’t take Bukayo Saka’s place in Arsenal team | Football | Sport

Raheem Sterling has been warned that he would struggle for regular game-time if he joined Arsenal from Manchester City. The winger appears set to move on from the Etihad Stadium, with the Gunners one of his leading suitors.

The main reason for his likely departure is a search for more playing time, having started 23 of City’s matches in the Premier League last season. His contract with the reigning champions expires next summer and City’s many options in attack mean this window will be the best time to bring in a high fee for him.

But Shaun Wright-Phillips, who starred for City across two spells and won the Premier League with Chelsea, has cautioned Sterling against a move to Arsenal. The former winger believes that he would struggle to break past the likes of Bukayo Saka and into Mikel Arteta’s plans.

“Raheem Sterling is still happy at Man City and the club still wants him. I want him to stay, but at the same time, all footballers want to play games and at the top clubs there is so much competition and rotation. It’s down to Raheem,” Wright-Phillips told Genting Casino.

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