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Manchester City are about to find out whether Raheem Sterling has the ability to justify his enormous price tag or is just another overrated young English footballer motivated purely by his bank balance.City finished eight points behind Premier League champions Chelsea last season and manager Manuel Pellegrini knew he had an aging group of players.If Sterling can strike up the same partnership with City striker Sergio Aguero as he did with Luis Suarez during the Uruguayan's spell at Liverpool, then Pellegrini's side could challenge Chelsea.However, former Liverpool defender Jamie Carragher believes City have paid over the odds for Sterling.
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