3 Players Who Need To leave Liverpool To Better Their Careers

The Red men have begun to pick up recently but have been poor on the whole so far this season. They are undoubtedly a big club and always will be but for various reasons I feel some players perhaps need to move on to better their careers. Here are 3 examples…

Raheem Sterling

Raheem Sterling

Under Brendan Rodgers’ guidance, Sterling has evolved from a rough young winger into a potentially world class talent. Those that watch him on a regular basis will have marvelled at the quality of the player and it would appear that the sky is the limit for the Englishman. Still a teenager, Sterling doesn’t need to panic just yet but a time will come, possibly in the near future, when he needs to move on to bigger things.

Real Madrid and Bayern Munich are two European Giants reportedly keeping a keen eye on his progress and you feel that will be his level in the future. If Liverpool continue their plight, more and more pressure will be put on Sterling’s young shoulders to spark a revival. This isn’t beneficial for his development and neither is playing in a side coming under such intense scrutiny for poor performances. He won’t be able to flourish as he would like, or has the potential to, in a team of generally under performing teammates.

However for now he is still very young and Liverpool is the right place to keep on progressing as a player but if he continues his rapid rise, a move away will become an inevitability. He has it all – speed, skill, surprising strength, vision, intelligence and fantastic technique. At times he has performed like a man of much greater years and has carried his side in some games.

As seen with Luis Suarez, when Europe’s elite come knocking, it can be difficult for the Mersey side club to hold on to their star men. A mega offer is bound to be placed for Sterling some time and will Liverpool’s hierarchy be in a position to contemplate turning it down? If he is to become the player he is tipped to form into, then he will make it to the top of the game and if he is to do that he must leave his current employers in favour of a move to one of the very top tier clubs.

Written by Dinesh V

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