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Arsenal grant ‘obstacle’ for Spurs as they ‘lead’ race for England player.

Arsenal grant ‘obstacle’ for Spurs as they ‘lead’ race for England player.

Arsenal grant ‘obstacle’ for Spurs as they ‘lead’ race for England player.

Arsenal have edged ahead of their opponents as they seem to bring Manchester City winger Raheem Sterling to the Emirates Stadium, according to reports.

Sterling has scored 14 goals and provided nine assists in all competitions this term for City but his plays have come under scrutiny.

The England international was in excellent form in the past two campaigns and Sterling lately explained his mixed displays this time around as a “very weird one”.

The former Liverpool chap has had to spend some time on the bench this summer with Pep Guardiola interchanging Ferran Torres and Riyad Mahrez.

That has led to ideas he could move on this season after City’s disastrous loss in the Champions League final versus Chelsea.

The Sun has connected Sterling and team-mate, Gabriel Jesus, with a potential move to Tottenham in a swap deal for Harry Kane.

Sterling is currently being paid £300k a week with the report alleging that ‘the wages are not the only obstacle for Spurs’.


They consider that the Gunners could destroy their prospects of buying Sterling with ‘Arsenal leading the chase for the Three Lions winger’.

Meantime, former City winger Trevor Sinclair figures Sterling will have “a queue of clubs wanting to sign him”.

Sinclair said: “I might be wrong, but reading between the lines and the media that’s being released, I think they’d be prepared to let him go.

“I think there’s a potential move for Raheem this summer. There are a few rumours coming out that Man City are prepared to listen to offers.

“You look at the way he’s played during his time at Man City and he has been superb.

“I think there will be a queue of clubs wanting to sign him, not on the last three or four months of form but on his previous nine years of performances.

“He’s not had any real injury problems. I look at him and he doesn’t look excited; he looks anxious about being out there.

“He’s proved to all the fans he’s a top player, so I think he needs a fresh challenge and I think it would coincide with the club’s model.”

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Arsenal grant ‘obstacle’ for Spurs as they ‘lead’ race for England player.

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