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Rio Ferdinand claims Man Utd could sign Man City star Raheem Sterling

Rio Ferdinand demands Manchester United and Liverpool could endeavor to sign Raheem Sterling if his 'puzzling' treatment at Manchester City proceeds.

When a significant player in Pep Guardiola's side, Sterling has battled for reliable game time throughout the most recent a year, beginning two of City's six games this season. 

Just two seasons back the England worldwide completed as City's top scorer with 20 objectives during the 2019-20 mission however the forward's impact has consistently dropped from that point forward, no doubt arousing a lot of shock for Ferdinand. 

The previous United safeguard talked about Sterling's circumstance on Vibe with Five and conceded he has been left puzzled by Guardiola's treatment of the 26-year-old. 

While Sterling persevered through a somewhat bitter takeoff from Liverpool in 2015, Ferdinand demands the Reds would be prepared to move for the forward if he somehow happened to be made accessible – alongside his previous side at Old Trafford. 

'Where is Raheem Sterling? He's lost certainty since he's been removed from the group,' Ferdinand said. 

'He was the go-to fellow when they required an objective, for such countless years, and presently out of nowhere he's in the wild. 

'I'm confused by it, I simply don't comprehend. With Pep, he gets things right as a general rule, however with this one there should be clubs staying there going 'how about we perceive how this works out in light of the fact that I would take Sterling the entire day!' 

Ferdinand added: 'In case I'm Liverpool, I'd purchase Sterling tomorrow … If I'm him, I wouldn't go to Barcelona or Real Madrid the present moment, that is the reason I said Liverpool … Man United will take him!' 

Sterling was connected with a move away from the Etihad Stadium throughout the late spring move window, allegedly dismissing a proposal to join Tottenham as a City's tried to sign Harry Kane.

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