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​Ex-Man City star Sinclair warns Sterling: Chelsea won't compete next season


Former Manchester City star Trevor Sinclair believes Raheem Sterling should not move to Chelsea.

The winger is being linked with a move to the London club, as he is not first choice under Pep Guardiola at City.

Several British media sources have reported that Chelsea's new owner Todd Boehly wants Sterling as his first significant signing.

"I would say no because I don't think Chelsea will be competitive with Man City and Liverpool next season," Sinclair told talkSPORT.

"They've lost players, the club is in a transitional phase where they've lost a lot of players and they've got to do a lot of rebuilding.

"They've got a new man at the helm [Boehly] to do that. I think there's a hell of a lot of work for Chelsea to do this summer.

"Listen, Raheem is a quality player and a quality operator and Chelsea could compete next season, but the new owner has a big job on his hands."

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