Raheem Sterling has once again disgusted Liverpool fans.
The 20-year-old attacking midfielder incurred the wrath of Reds supporters on Wednesday by refusing to report for training.
Sterling apparently phoned in sick, so he didn’t have to show up.
He is also said to have told manager Brendan Rodgers that he does not want to play under him and that his desire to leave Anfield is not motivated by money.
Sterling is wanted by Manchester City and Chelsea – and his behaviour is seen by many as an attempt to push through a move to one of these clubs.
Chelsea would probably suit Sterling more – as he is keen to live in London. However, Man City are prepared to pay Liverpool more money, so they are in the box seat right now.
Check out the strong fan reaction to Sterling below…
Sell sterling now clearly doesn’t wanna be there, sign up Lacazette, Pedro and Benatia who’s out of favour at bayern
— Rui Da Costa (@ruijorgecosta21) July 8, 2015
— Melissa Reddy (@MelissaReddy_) July 8, 2015
So Sterling has told LFC he won’t join their pre-season tour; an attitude that fits no definition of professional that I recognise. — Brian Moore (@brianmoore666) July 8, 2015
It’s the fact that Sterling is disrespecting the club and manager that have brought him through and give him a chance, no respect at all!
— Footy Accumulators (@FootyAccums) July 8, 2015
Come on Citeh make another offer the sooner Ratheem Sterling is gone the better. — Mark Moraghan (@MarkMoraghan) July 8, 2015
As much as it’d be nice to let the little rat, Sterling, rot for a season & waste a year of his career, a £50m bid is too good to turn down.
— Jay Riley (@Jay_78_) July 8, 2015
Bin Sterling the sooner the better. — PeteKopite (@PeteKopite) July 8, 2015
Sterling’s disrespect for the club makes me sick to the stomach.We’ve given him the opportunity to show his potential.Enjoy the City bench
— Helen (@Helen_LFC) July 8, 2015
Pedro and Lacazette for Sterling money is a dream
— Liverpool Exposé (@LFCExpose) July 8, 2015
Raheem Sterling represents everything wrong with modern football. Hugely talented but got an awful attitude and ultimately all about money. — Anfield Chat (@TheAnfieldChat) July 7, 2015
All this Sterling business reminds me of how Anelka behaved. And look what an unloved journeyman he ultimately became.
— Matt Lucas (@RealMattLucas) July 7, 2015
Jordan Ibe stays at home no holiday, for extra training. Sterling refusing to go on tour. Such a difference between the two. — Eathen.. (@hunter_troll) July 7, 2015
Whether it’s caused by hippy crack or delusions of grandeur, Sterling is clearly unwell. Any player with Aidy Ward as his agent must be #LFC
— Richard Buxton (@RichardBuxton_) July 8, 2015
Remember when it was really #edgy to say that the Sterling situation was the club’s fault, and he wasn’t being a massive foreskin?
— Brenzie (@Brenzie) July 8, 2015
I know it doesn’t work like this, but i’d love to see how ‘irretrievably broken’ the Sterling/Rodgers relationship is from the ressies bench — Andy Heaton (@Andrew_Heaton) July 8, 2015
Sterling sitting at home, heating a pile of thermometers on light bulbs before the club doc gets round.
— Nick (@Vondopoulos) July 8, 2015