BR Expects 'Good Kid' Sterling To Stay

BR Expects 'Good Kid' Sterling To Stay

"Raheem, whether there are talks or no talks, has two years left and I expect him to see that through," says Brendan Rodgers. "I don't see Raheem being unhappy...he will be available for selection this weekend." Rodgers refused to confirm that Sterling had already told him - before the Chelsea game - that he wants to leave: "What Raheem said and didn't say to me will stay between him and I." Arsene Wenger is reluctant to blame Sterling.

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