Sterling is currently undergoing the rockiest stage of his City career at the moment with the emergence of Phil Foden and Ferran Torres at the Etihad Stadium.
Having not played as well as he is usually capable of, there is an inkling that Sterling may be sold to free up wages for a younger, more exciting talent.
And this is where Arsenal should come in. He would undoubtedly be a week-in, week-out start for the Gunners, having scored 97 league goals in 297 Premier League games at the age of just 26.
He clearly still has his talent – he had 20 Premier League goals in 2019/20, just three goals from top scorer Jamie Vardy.
And Ian Wright alluded to as much in his recent punditry appearance for England’s win over Andorra.
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