Arsenal’s director Lord Harris has said that he is ‘very pleased’ the club did not sign Liverpool rebel Raheem Sterling.
Arsenal were linked with Sterling for a while with rumours speculating that they would use Theo Walcott in a player-swap deal.
Sterling ended up moving to Manchester City for £49 million to the delight of Arsenal’s director.
Lord Harris said: “Sterling is a very, very good player but I’m very pleased Arsenal didn’t sign him.
“He’s got a lot to learn.
“They were looking at him and the way he treated Liverpool wasn’t good.
“Arsene does a lot of work on the players before they get to us and he doesn’t take any nonsense.”
Written by Connor Breen