At first I laughed my bollocks off we received £50 million for Sterling - he clearly wanted to go, however he's the type of player we're missing out wide to make the difference when someone else isn't doing it for us.
It looks like a bit of silly business now, considering City are now our direct rivals. However he wanted to go, and that's that.
He's been in superb form this season, and I applaud him for standing up in the face of adversity (Get up, stand up, don't give up the fight.)
Wish him absolutely no luck this season, though. Wonder how he would have developed under Klopp, rather than Guardiola. That always sticks in the back of my mind...