“Would I ever return to Liverpool? Honestly, I love Liverpool.” Don’t spin, and they’re always in my heart.

Liverpool has a special place in Sterling’s heart

Raheem Sterling says Liverpool has a special place in his heart. The Manchester City winger refused to rule out a future return to Anfield. In 2015, the England international left the Merseyside club. Having received the senior stage, on which the Reds prospered, Sterling chose not to incur obligations under the new long-term contract. That left the door open for Man City to steal and complete the transfer of £49 million($ 58 million). Sterling’s decision to head the Etihad stadium has been justified by two Premier League titles. A hat-trick of League Cup triumphs and the opportunity to work with Pep Guardiola. The Catalan coach brought his game to even greater heights: the 25-year-old striker added to his game an end product that was missing in the past.

Sterling is in the best talents list in English football

Raheem is now considered one of the best talents in English football. Which allows him to sparkly talk about the interest from the heavyweights of La Liga, Real Madrid. The role could probably have been found for him at Liverpool if he had ever repeated his steps, and at this stage, nothing is excluded. During a Q&A session on Colossal Sports Management’s Instagram account, Sterling said, “Would I ever return to Liverpool? Honestly, I love Liverpool.” Don’t spin, and they’re always in my heart. It is a team that has done a lot for me to grow that way. “While Sterling focuses on promoting himself with City and England. He has a vital role for The Three Lions under the direction of Gareth Southgate, and the team is piquant together which can compete with the so-called “Golden Generation” from the not so distant past.


This side was not able to fulfill a significant number of promises but boasted some of the best talents that English football has ever produced. Sterling agrees in the same way as the Blues star. Suggesting that the average unit that posed a lot of questions. At the beginning of the 21st century can be ranked above the iconic trio that brought the glory for Spain of the World Cup and European Championship. “I’m sorry, but I have to go with Frank Lampard, Steven Gerrard, and Paul Scholes,” said Sterling. “Don’t get me wrong, Andres Iniesta, Xavi, and Xabi Alonso are incredible players. And they won everything except growing up watching Gerrard, Lampard, and Scholes…frightening.”