Meet Thiago Sterling, Son Of Raheem Sterling


Thiago Sterling is a young sensation and the son of Raheem Sterling. He currently plays for Queens Park Rangers in the Under-18 team.

He was born on January 16, 2017, in England. Meet Thiago Sterling, Son Of Raheem Sterling

Meet Thiago Sterling’s Father

Sterling started his football career playing for Queens Park Rangers’ academy. He impressed the coaches with his performances and was soon promoted to the Under-18 team.

He made his debut for the Under-18 team in a match against Fulham in January 2019. Sterling came on as a substitute and scored a goal in a 2-1 win.

Since then, he has established himself as a regular starter for the Under-18 team and has been impressing with his performances.

Sterling is a very talented young player and has a bright future ahead of him. He is currently one of the most promising young players in England and is sure to have a very successful career ahead of him.

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Raheem Sterling Career Explored

Paul Merson has warned Chelsea that signing Raheem Sterling will not be the solution to their attacking woes.

The Manchester City forward has been linked with a move to Stamford Bridge as the Blues look to strengthen their squad this summer, with Thomas Tuchel reportedly set to be given £200million to spend.

‘But they are stuck with Romelu Lukaku. They won’t be able to sell him without making a loss, and who could they get to replace him? Top-class centre forwards are scarce.

‘They might go for Raheem Sterling but he plays the Manchester City way. I don’t think Raheem Sterling scores 20 goals a season for Chelsea.

‘He likes to arrive late in the box at the far post for a tap-in. There’s an art to that. But I don’t see that ball getting whipped across the box like that too often at Chelsea, so where does he get his goals from?’

Despite enduring a frustrating season, Sterling scored 13 Premier League goals and managed five assists, including one on the final day of the season when City came from behind to beat Aston Villa and clinch the Premier League title.

The 27-year-old’s current contract with the club ends at the end of next season and Sterling is reportedly set to wait until after England’s Nations League fixtures in June before making a decision on his future.

Since joining from Liverpool in 2015, the England international has won the Premier League four times, the League Cup four times as well as the FA Cup.

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