Due to a hamstring injury, Raheem Sterling was forced to withdraw from the England squad, following that he is now expected to be fit for Arsenal’s visit to Manchester City on Saturday.
According to The Guardian, the advance of Sterling will be a relief to Pep Guardiola as the manager of City has placed the 25-year-old at center-forward to the deputy for the long-term injured Sergio Agüero and Gabriel Jesus.
Having registered three times in five leagues and EFL Cup matches, Sterling is the top scorer for City this term. He had two assists, too. City has four points after three games, having failed to win since their season opener at Wolves.