Raheem Sterling advised to retire from international duty

Raheem Sterling should consider retiring after England snub.

The Chelsea winger represented England on 82 occasions and had an impressive start to the Premier League campaign.

He joined from Manchester City last summer but had a disappointing campaign last time out.

Sterling was left out of Gareth Southgate’s England squad for the upcoming EURO qualifiers.

In four games for Chelsea, Sterling has managed to score two goals and looks to be back to his dangerous best.

Man United legend Rio Ferdinand claims Sterling should consider his future with the national team.

He said: “If I was Sterling, I’d be very disappointed bearing in mind what he’s done for this England team when he’s been in or around it.

“If you’re going by the yard stick that Gareth’s using with the likes of [Harry] Maguire and [Kalvin] Phillips, why is it all right for them guys to get in and not him? Sterling’s probably been the main bright spark at Chelsea. It’s just nuts. I’d retire. If I’m someone like Ward-Prowse I’d just retire.

“Say, ‘listen, don’t pick me no more. There’s no point. It’s disrespectful what you’re doing’.”


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