Splashing such a fortune on a player yet to score a Champions League goal seems bold.
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City hoping Sterling proves a sound investmentDemonized as a caricature of the highly paid modern-day footballer whose ego dwarfs his talent, Raheem Sterling will have few fans when the Premier League begins this weekend. City have been restrained during the transfer window but the signing of Sterling, described by Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers as the best young player in Europe, could prove to be a sound investment by Manuel Pellegrini.Apart from Sterling, City also spent around 20 million pounds on two other young English players – midfielder Fabian Delph signed from Aston Villa and teenage winger Patrick Roberts from Fulham – a sign the club is trying to snap up the cream of home talent.
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