Liverpool starlet Raheem Sterling has been a revelation for the club in the last twelve months.
The nineteen year old has emerged as one of the finest talents in Europe.
He has also earned call ups to the England national team “The three lions” and done very well, churning out impressive performances each time he plays.
In fact he has recently become England’s ‘go to man’ ahead the likes of Rooney and Wilshere.
Which such impressive displays for club and country, there is a feeling in some quarters that Sterling may end up leaving Liverpool soon.
Liverpool are said to be preparing a new deal for Sterling with the deal thought to be in the region of 100,000 pounds a week package, which obviously is impressive for a young man like Sterling, but with likes of Real Madrid and Chelsea lurking around and showing interest, Sterling may not be at Liverpool for long.
Sterling has done well for Liverpool in the last twelve months; he made immense contributions to their title challenge last season, which they narrowly missed.
Sterling has various qualities which include his pace, speed, skills, strength, for a little guy he is very physical and has an eye for goal.
Apart from all these Sterling is very young at nineteen and still has a lot of years ahead of him.
Can Sterling leave Liverpool? What can make him leave, Liverpool are currently in the Champions League after five years out of the competition.
They have not had a great start to both the champions league and premiership.
Sterling though still young will want to win titles and may be wondering if he can do that with this present Liverpool team.
After coming so close last season to wining the premiership can Liverpool push on this season and win a title this season, from what if have seen it seems unlikely.
This may have led certain people feel that Sterling may not want to stay at Liverpool.
Former England international Rodney Marsh believes Raheem Sterling will not be a Liverpool in player in two years’ time.
However Marsh feels that Sterling is too good to remain at Liverpool for much longer:
“I know I am going to get pelted by Liverpool supporters but I don’t see Raheem Sterling being a Liverpool player in the next two years,” he said.
“I think he will leave Liverpool and go to a really top club.”
“I think Sterling is so good, and if he is playing with the right players, at the right level, he could go on to be a top, super player.”
The lure of going to other top clubs with the prospect of wining titles can be quite tempting for Sterling.
Will Liverpool be willing to sell, and let Sterling go? Probably not! Sterling has become an integral part of the present Liverpool team.
Also with Suarez leaving Sterling along with Sturridge have become the main men at anfield.Also with the inclusion of so many new players into the team a player like Sterling is need upfront to “guide the ship”.
Sterling definitely has a bright future ahead of him especially if he keeps improving. Time will tell if he eventually leave Liverpool.