EPL: Sinclair Reveals Guardiola Will Let Man City Star Leave Club, Doesn’t Value Him

Former Manchester City midfielder, Trevor Sinclair, has insisted that Raheem Sterling is undervalued by manager Pep Guardiola at the Etihad.

Sinclair believes Guardiola has never truly held Sterling in high regard and will let him go.

Sterling joined Man City from Liverpool in 2015 for £57.3 million.

The England international has gone on to have a successful stint at Man City but has been linked with a move away from the Premier League giants.

Sterling has made 329 appearances for City, scoring 131 goals while registering 95 assists.

“I don’t want to see it. I don’t think he’s valued enough for Pep, if I’m being honest. He’s got something that you can’t coach – he’s got ridiculous pace. I think he’s proved time and time again that his character is sound. He’s a family man, he’s a role model and for me, he’s a world-class player,” Sinclair told talkSPORT.

He added, “But for whatever reason, Pep doesn’t hold him in that high regard, where potentially he’ll let him go. He does miss chances, all top players miss chances, but he just gets back on the horse and goes again.”

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