Sterling, who can’t be solved, a robbery accident during the Qatar World Cup…’500 million won stolen’

Raheem Sterling opens up about being robbed.

Britain’s ‘The Sun’ said on the 29th (크크크벳Korean time), “England ace Sterling was robbed for 300,000 pounds (approximately 506 million won). He was robbed after finishing the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar last December. I returned to the house I heard about.”

“Sterling has recently moved and is under security at his home in Oakchott, Surrey, Southeast England. No one was home at the time and two men were arrested but not charged,” he said.

“I beat myself up for not keeping my family safe,” said Sterling. shivered

Sterling is a player who leaves a mark on the English Premier League (EPL) stage. He has recorded 113 goals and 79 assists in 343 league games through Liverpool, Manchester City and Chelsea. From the 2017-18 season, he also left a great record of ‘double-digit goals in the league for five consecutive seasons’.

However, the gaze toward Sterling is quite different. His erratic performance, as well as his occasional breakthroughs and poor decision making, are criticized. Sterling entered Stamford Bridge with a transfer fee of 56.2 million euros (approximately 83 billion won), but is still in a slump.

Chelsea are currently in the middle of the EPL. Still, Sterling is looking to a bright future. According to ‘The Sun’, Sterling said, “Life can’t always be positive. Sometimes it can go all the way to the bottom. It’s never been like this in my career, but I can take on the challenge.”

“I sit in the dressing room and stare into the air at the end of the game because I don’t understand the outcome. I’m always trying to find a positive solution. I hope to be a club that lifts trophies like it has over the years. That’s what I want to do. This is the reason I came to Chelsea. I have no regrets at all,” he said, reaffirming his determination to revive with Chelsea.

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