October 4, 2022

Gabriel Jesus has signed for Arsenal and Raheem Sterling is almost certain to complete his planned move to Chelsea in the coming days. The two are intriguing transfers on their own, but together they represent something highly unusual: players rarely move between Big Six Premier League clubs, with all parties relatively happy with the deal. So what is it Manchester City to do with allowing two regular first-team strikers to join clubs that are, at least to some extent, direct rivals?