Chelsea urged to sell two players 'not good enough' to raise Raheem Sterling funds


“I think if he wants to make a mark on a regular basis, he is probably going to have to drop down one level,” Burley told ESPN. “I don’t mean one level as in the Championship, a level within the Premier League.

“Whether that’s a West Ham or a Newcastle or whoever it is, you look at the game time that he has had, you look at the possibility of Sterling and a couple of others coming, you look at [Kai] Havertz, [Timo] Werner is still there.

“Some of these players might go, [Hakim] Ziyech, [Callum] Hudson-Odoi, Mason Mount and then Christian himself. Some of these might go but they might not.”

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