With 27-year-old Raheem Sterling moving to London side Chelsea in a £47.5 million deal from Manchester City, he became one of the club’s highest-paid players.

Having spent 7 years at Manchester City, Sterling won 4 Premier League titles, 5 League Cup titles and 1 FA Cup trophy, in his time at the Manchester club. He was pivotal to their squad, as he helped them win matches and lift trophies. He was one of the players who made it easy for fans all over the world to bet on Manchester City as they won matches on reliable sites like www.asiabet8888.com/, where football fans from China could bet safely.

So far, Raheem Sterling has started all Chelsea matches this season, but how is he settling in at the club?

After his move from Manchester City to Chelsea, Raheem Sterling would have now played for 3 clubs out of the top 6, as he started his senior career at Liverpool FC, where he played from 2012 to 2015. Not many professional footballers can boast of such an amazing career. His time at Liverpool was not that great considering his position, and he managed just 23 goals and 25 assists in 129 games. Having then made a decisive move to Manchester City, his goal-scoring prowess improved as he got better as a forward and a player, scoring an impressive 131 goals and registering 96 assists in 339 overall appearances. 

Raheem Sterling came into a Chelsea squad that was struggling to be proficient in the attack. He was already an established winger and a serial winner, having a total of 109 goals and 78 assists to his name, along with 11 trophies to his belt. In joining a side that is different in tactics from his other two clubs in Chelsea, the versatile winger is compelled to adapt to a more defensive side, often required to drop deep into midfield on numerous occasions.

Also taking a more creative role, he is also expected to create chances and score a lot of goals. Under Thomas Tuchel, the former Chelsea boss, he made 7 appearances for Chelsea, scoring 3 times and assisting 2 times. With the arrival of Graham Potter, he has played one game so far, scoring a superb goal in a 1-1 draw against RB Salzburg. 

Raheem Sterling is settling in nicely at Chelsea, scoring four times and assisting twice in eight games. He looks sure to settle into the role he has been given comfortably and is expected to score more goals as he leads Chelsea to more silverware.