Raheem Sterling booed by fans after winning Liverpool award

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Life in Merseyside grows harder for young Raheem Sterling, as the 20-year-old is booed whilst collecting the Young Player of the Year award last night at Liverpool's end-of-season ceremony.

The report, as per BBC Sport, comes following revelations that Sterling will request a transfer later this week, a decision that the likes of Jamie Carragher and John Barnes have since criticised.

Coinciding with the fans' jeers, though, came shouts of: "Stay Raheem", with the youngster undoubtedly a fan-favourite amongst the Liverpool faithful.


The England international, however, appears all-but-set to leave the club this summer, amidst his unhappiness at the club and desire to win trophies - a feat he has not yet achieved with Liverpool since making his senior debut in 2012.

Manchester City appear to be leading the chase for Sterling's signature, with Arsenal, Chelsea and a host of Europe's elite all expressing interest.

Elsewhere, Brazilian star Philippe Coutinho scooped a haul of four awards at the presentation, including Player of the Year, Goal of the Year, Player's Player of the Year and Performance of the Year.

The 22-year-old, who came third in the PFA Young Player of the Year award, has enjoyed a fine season for Liverpool, scoring eight goals in all competitions and earning a place in the PFA Premier League Team of the Year.

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