Sterling wanted to return to Liverpool last summer.
England’s ‘The Athletic’ reported on the 27th (Korean time), “Sterling was open to returning to his former club, Liverpool. However, Liverpool had no interest in Sterling in the first place, and Chelsea was his only option.” .
Sterling made his adult debut in Liverpool in 2012. In the 2013-14 season, when Liverpool were competing for the title, he emerged as the team’s new hope after taking over his starting position in the middle of the season. After the transfer of Luis Suarez, who was the main gun, he became the core of a complete team.
There was a problem during the transfer process. Sterling did various indecent behaviors for the transfer, such as giving an interview with a nuance of criticism of the club before the transfer, not attending training, going to the club, and not attending the preseason. In the end, Sterling left for Manchester City for 63.7 million euros (approximately 85.6 billion won). 슬롯사이트
He recently moved to Chelsea. After showing off peak form in the first half of last season, but falling out of the competition in the second half, Sterling wanted to find a new team. He was linked to several clubs, including Real Madrid, Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur, and eventually signed a contract with Chelsea.
The current situation is not good. Sterling played a small role in Chelsea’s unfortunate attack with 6 goals and 3 assists in 22 matches in all competitions, but suffered a hamstring injury in January and was out of power. To make matters worse, Mihailo Mudrik was recruited for a large sum of 100 million euros (approximately 134.4 billion won) and performed well, putting his starting position at risk as in Man City.
Sterling’s shaky standing reminded him of his last summer. England’s ‘HITC’, citing some reports from ‘The Athletic’, said: “Obviously, Chelsea was not the first choice for Sterling. He wanted to return to Anfield and Liverpool were not interested in bringing him back.”
A return to Liverpool is unlikely. Liverpool are well stocked with wingers, having signed Cody Gakpo this winter following the signing of Luis Dias last winter. The right flank with Mohamed Salah needs reinforcements, but Liverpool won’t want Sterling, and Sterling won’t be happy with a candidate either.