Sterling made the move to Man City in 2015 when the club paid Liverpool £57.3 million for his services and few could deny that they’ve managed to get their money’s worth out of the forward.
However, while Sterling was once the jewel in Man City’s crown, his stats suggest that his overall game has been diminishing for some time.
For example, in the 2017/18 season Sterling was averaging a remarkable 0.89 goals or assists per 90 minutes for Man City. Then, in the following campaign, that number fell slightly to 0.85. No problems so far.