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Ian Wright wants Arsenal to sign Raheem Sterling

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Arsenal legend Ian Wright wants his former club to sign Liverpool ace Raheem Sterling this summer. 

Taking to Twitter, the ex-Gunners striker suggested that Arsene Wenger should land the versatile England forward and play him in the position that he wants.

Huge interest 

Sterling's long term future in the game has been the subject of great debate, with reports claiming that he's ready to reject a new deal at Anfield despite the club ready to offer him a huge financial package to stay at the club for the foreseeable future. 

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And, of late, reports have claimed that the Arsenal chief does have an interest in the talented youngster, with the likes of Real Madrid, Bayern Munich and Manchester City all seemingly interested in his signature. 

Get him, Wenger 

It remains to be seen as to whether any of the clubs step up their interest in the Liverpool man anytime soon, but thing's for sure is that Wright would love to see Sterling move to north London. 

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Wright tweeted: "Come on arsene ! Go in and get " Raheem the dream Sterling " from Liverpool and play him where he wants !"

There's no doubt about it, the Sterling saga doesn't seem likely to go away anytime soon, but Liverpool certainly have a fight on their hands as they attempt to keep him on Merseyside. 

A great fit 

It's obvious really, but of course Sterling would prove a class signing for the Gunners. With things not looking great for Theo Walcott at the moment, the Liverpool man would no doubt suit the club's style of play alongside the likes of Alexis Sanchez, Mesut Ozil and Co.

Don't expect Liverpool to give up on keeping him, though, as losing him to their rivals would certainly damage the club.

Sterling would no doubt have a great future if he stayed on at Anfield, but he certainly appears to be keen to assess his options, and he could do a lot worse than Arsenal. 

Arsenal fans: Sterling or Walcott? Have your say in the comments section below! 

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