Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola is disrespecting one club star this season based on his Decisions at the club as a manager.
Pep Guardiola has denied the English attacker Raheem Sterling more playing time he deserves even after the England international proving his best in last Euro cup tournament.
Sterling has found it difficult to enter Guardiola first team and his ambitions to play World Cup could be ruined by the Spaniard.
With City signing Jack Grealish, things aren't good for Sterling who wants regular playing time to be fit for the trip to Quatar. Leaving Manchester City will be a better decision for him as a player as it will rejuvenate his career and give him the fitness level he wants for arguably better display on the pitch.
Manager Gareth Southgate still believe in his star even if he is under big problem at City and he has trust in the attacker.
This comes at a time when reports have claimed Arsenal are interested in his signature and this opportunity is ideal for Sterling who needs to be in a good shape as said before 2022.
Ours is to wait and see what could happen in the coming days where we will know if Sterling will be given some minutes from his manager Pep Guardiola.
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