Rio Ferdinand has named a player Manchester City manager could fail to replace if he could be allowed to leave the club next summer as reports claims.
According to Rio Ferdinand, replacing Raheem Sterling at Manchester City is something that can't happen with ease revealing that it could take more years for the club to get an appropriate replacement for the English man.
The pundit however claims it is a tough time for manager Pep Guardiola to block Sterling way out if he will continue denying him game time as he is doing right now. He revealed that the only way United could avoid losing their star is through guaranteeing him maximum playing time.
Guardiola has failed to replace Sergio Aguero and it will be a big blow to lose another star who has proved his best for years now in the City shirt. Sterling is a major transfer target for both Arsenal and Tottenham who Ferdinand says it won't be easy for the two clubs as they need to be on the title race to attracts Sterling.
Ours is to wait and see how this will end as Sterling look a club that will give a playing time.
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