Raheem Shaquille Sterling is a talented and skilled professional footballer who currently plays for English Premier League champions, Manchester City and the England national team.
For most football fans, especially Manchester City, watching Raheem Sterling play football is extraordinarily satisfactory. His outstanding dribbling skills, fast pace and the potential to cut in among defenders and play shot from a wide range have made many people love his game.
The left-winger was awarded the ‘Golden Boy’ award which is given to only one under-21 footballer in Europe for the most impressive calendar year being an attacker of one of the top teams in the world, His move to Liverpool from QPR was £500,000. In 2014, he signed a five-year contract worth £100,000-a-week for Liverpool.
Raheem Sterling Net worth
According to Investingport, Raheem sterling is worth about $45 million dollars. Following a lengthy controversy over a new contract In July 2015, he was endorsed by Manchester City in a transfer potentially worth £49 million, the highest transfer fee ever paid for an English player at the time. His contract would expire on June 30, 2023.
In what was estimated to be one of the most expensive transfers, Sterling record transfer from Liverpool to Man City was £49m, where he is currently receiving a salary of £350,000 weekly including an annual average salary of £15,600,000. He has an estimated net worth of £36 million. Also, the talented forward has a sponsorship deal with sportswear company Nike and video game company Electronic Arts (EA). He possesses luxurious cars and houses. Sterling is indisputably one of the best players in the world, and that means more money in the basket for the Jamaican-born star.
The star has also won several titles to his name with his current club. His debut came on 10 August, he began the season with a 0–3 win away to West Bromwich Albion. A few days later, Sterling scored his first outstanding goal for Manchester City at the City of Manchester Stadium in a 2–0 defeat of Watford. Consecutively, he scored his first field hat-trick as City beat Bournemouth 5–1 on October 17. There is no doubt the young player still has more to offer his fans in the game in the nearest future.