With the signing of Raheem Sterling from Manchester City, Arsenal may be able to fulfill Ian Wright’s ambition.


With the signing of Raheem Sterling from Manchester City, Arsenal may be able to fulfill Ian Wright’s ambition.

This season, Raheem Sterling has had some underwhelming performances for Manchester City.

Arsenal’s poor start to the season has been exacerbated by the fact that they have only scored five goals in the league thus far.

Arsenal, a team that is accustomed to dominating English football or at the very least qualifying for European competitions, has been denied continental participation on the grandest stage for far too long for a club of their size.

This is due to a multitude of circumstances; for example, fans will refer to Mikel Arteta’s terrible tactics, despite the fact that, realistically, he hasn’t performed very poorly this season.

However, the club’s recent expenditure has been imprudent to say the least.

Nicolas Pepe was a disappointing signing at best, thus spending £75 million on him was ludicrous, given that he only had two excellent seasons in Ligue 1 with Lille.

With the additions of David Luiz, Willian, Cedric Soares, and others, Arsenal’s transfer approach is clearly flawed.

To right the ship, the club needs to revert to their old identity of the mid-Wenger era by signing talents who have either excelled in Europe and have time on their side – such as Samir Nasri, Andrey Arshavin, and Thomas Vermaelen – or, better yet, players who have excelled in England and have time on their side.

With the infamous ‘English tax’ and the reality that those players who thrived in attacking English sides would likely be playing at clubs better than Arsenal at the moment, the second group comes at a considerably greater price.

Stan Kroenke should make a serious effort to pursue Manchester City winger Raheem Sterling, whose future is unknown.

With the rise of Phil Foden and Ferran Torres at the Etihad Stadium, Sterling is currently going through the most difficult period of his City career.

Sterling may be sold to free up salaries for a younger, more exciting player after failing to perform as effectively as he is capable of.

This is when Arsenal should enter the picture. With 97 league goals in 297 Premier League appearances at the age of 26, he would surely be a week-in, week-out starter for the Gunners.

He definitely still has talent, as he scored 20 Premier League goals last season. “Brinkwire News Summary.”


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