Raheem Sterling could be “first signing of the new era” at Chelsea

According to a story in the Evening Standard today, Raheem Sterling may be Chelsea’s “first big acquisition of the new era.”

They point out the £200 million in spending statistics that were mentioned not long ago and assert that now that Romelu Lukaku’s departure has been confirmed, the club can concentrate on finding a replacement.

After writing about the £100 million Lukaku price for weeks, Manchester City’s £60 million asking price for Sterling sounds like a good deal. Given that the winger “is thought to be receptive to the notion of returning to London,” if Chelsea are satisfied with that, it might all happen very fast.

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However, given that Sterling isn’t a striker, it is quite likely that one of Chelsea’s current winger alternatives will be moved to create way for him.

Even if the sale is completed for £60 million, there would still be £140 million left over from the reported budget. At Stamford Bridge, things are about to get extremely exciting.

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