Newspaper article Manchester Evening News

AFTER Becoming the Most [...]

Newspaper article Manchester Evening News

AFTER Becoming the Most [...]

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- AFTER becoming the most expensive English footballer in history when he moved from Liverpool to City, Raheem Sterling could be forgiven for being somewhat weighed down by the Pounds 44m fee.

But the forward, who has made an impressive start to life at the Etihad, says it's no longer a consideration and is instead focused on trying to help the club achieve its ambitions.

"It's gone out of my head now," he said. "I'm in a new place and I feel like I'm at home.

"When I come into training I don't think of that fee, I just think about coming in and doing the best for my club, trying to repay the people who have had faith in me. That's something I will be trying to do in the near future."

City have struggled for consistency in recent weeks, slipping to third in the table, six points behind leaders Leicester. …

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