De Bruyne Send Warning To Raheem Sterling Amid Exit Rumors!

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Manchester City teammate Kevin De Bruyne have send warning to Raheem Sterling who is linked with a move, MySportDab reports.

The Belgian International can understand why his team-mate is feeling frustrated and he is hoping to see him stay at the Etihad Stadium.

Raheem Sterling is strongly linked with a move to Barcelona ahead of the January transfer window which is few months away.

Kevin De Bruyne has urged his team-mate to accept rotation and see the bigger picture by staying with Manchester City.

Reports of Raheem Sterling heading elsewhere has been circulating and making headlines as we approach the winter window in January 2022.

The England international has admitted his frustrations with the club amid talk of interest from Barcelona which he may be tempted to take on a new challenge elsewhere.

De Bruyne is hoping to see the 26-year-old stay put at the Etihad Stadium which he suggested is the better option to take for his career.

Here Is What Kevin De Bruyne Had To Say:

“Rotation is important. Playing four competitions and mostly going far is a tough ask.

“I understand the frustration, I’m a player and you have some players who need more rhythm and maybe Raz needs more, I need that also.

“It’s tough to play one game but it’s the manager who has to make choices and it’s hard.

“We have a group of 22, 23 internationals who are unbelievable. Whoever you pick will be right.

“Whenever the team plays good you can’t say much as a player. We try to help each other.”

Despite all Kevin De Bruyne had to say, is left for Raheem Sterling who is also threatened his place with England national team could be at risk if he stays with Manchester City.

The FIFA World Cup in Qatar is next year and he should be getting regular playing time if he will stand a chance of making the cut to the tournament.

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