While Mikel Arteta gets ready for his team's return to the UEFA Champions League, it has been reported that the Gunners are "monitoring" the situation of Chelsea attacker, Raheem Sterling.
The England international left Manchester City after seven years and signed with the West Londoners last summer.
Chelsea paid £50 million to secure the services of the 27-year-old, his performances have been very different from those of his time at the Etihad.
With the Citizens, Sterling amassed 113 goals in the Premier League and 12 titles, so he has most definitely not lost all of his talent overnight.
For everyone at Chelsea, this season has been challenging. Graham Potter, who has so far done a terrible job, took Thomas Tuchel's place after his dismissal in September.
While Potter is struggling to deliver results, the fact that he joined the London based outfit during the current season and was handed a bloated team to manage has not helped.
The Sterling has six goals in 25 games across all competitions, but he hasn't scored in the Premier League since August's loss at Southampton.
Despite his poor form, Arteta, the manager of Arsenal, wants to sign the Ex-Liverpool wonderkid.
According to 90min, the North Londoners are attempting to assemble a team in preparation for their Champions League return.
‘Plans’ are already underway from Mikel Arteta – who is ‘interested in a reunion’ with the pacy winger– who he managed while at Manchester City.
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