How tall is Raheem Sterling? Bio, Age, Net Worth, Girlfriend, career

Raheem Sterling
Raheem Sterling is a professional footballer from England who plays as a winger and attacking midfielder for Premier League club Manchester City and the England National Team. A Pan-European panel of sports journalists presented him with the 2014 Golden Boy Award.

Early Life of Raheem Sterling 

Raheem Sterling was born on December 8, 1994, in Kingston, Jamaica, as Raheem Shaquille Sterling. When he was five years old, he and his mother Nadine Sterling relocated to London. Raheem's father chose to remain in Jamaica, and Raheem and his family faced numerous difficulties in order to meet their financial obligations. In Wembley, he went to Copland School. Raheem's father was killed in Jamaica when he was two years old.

How much is Raheem Sterling  Net Worth?

His net worth is estimated to be $48 million in 2018.

Who is Raheem Sterling Dating Currently?

Paige Milian has been Sterling's long-term girlfriend, and she is also his fiancée, as Raheem proposed to Paige in 2018. The couple met while Sterling was working as a Queens Park Ranger and were set to marry in 2020.

As with any relationship, there have been ups and downs, with Sterling accusing Paige of cheating on multiple occasions, but it appears that despite this, they are in love and their relationship is as strong as it has ever been.

Height and Weight of Raheem Sterling 

Sterling is 1.70 meters tall and weighs 69 kilograms. In 2018, he proposed to his girlfriend, Paige Milan. Thiago, their son, was born. 

Club Football Career of Raheem Sterling 

From 2003 to 2010, Raheem was a member of the Queens Park Rangers Football Club. This seven-year period was extremely beneficial to his professional career. Raheem was already a star player at the end of his time with the club. He played in a variety of positions, but his best performance came as a natural winger. Raheem quickly rose to prominence due to his quickness and low center of gravity.

In February 2010, Liverpool signed Raheem Sterling from the Queens Park Rangers Academy. Raheem signed a contract with “Liverpool” and was offered 600,000 Euros. He scored his first goal as a member of a youth club. On December 15, he also scored for FA club. On February 14, 2011, he also had five goals. On March 24, 2012, he made his Liverpool senior debut.

Sterling made his UEFA Europa League debut in August 2012. He was also named match winner. On September 19, he was among a group of teenagers who travelled to play young boys in a UEFA Europa League group match. He agreed to a contract extension on December 21, 2012. He scored his first goal of the 2013-14 season on August 27, 2013. On the 4th of December, he scored his first goal in the Premier League. On April 18, 2014, he was named one of six players to the PFA Young Player of the Year shortlist. He was named Liverpool's Chartered Player of the Month in April, as well as the club's Young Player at the end of the season. On September 16, he made his UEFA Champions League debut. He appeared in 10 matches for Liverpool. He received the Golden Boy Award in 2014. On May 19, he was named the team's young player of the year.

On July 12, 2015, Sterling agreed to join Manchester City. After that, he signed a five-year contract with Manchester City. On August 10th, he made his debut. On November 3rd, he scored his first goal in the UEFA Champions League. He was out of commission for 8 weeks due to the injury. He was regarded as the season's worst signing because he could not be counted among the effective performers.

Throughout the 2016-2017 seasons, he appeared in all matches on a regular basis. In August of 2016, he was named Premier League Player of the Month.

International Career of Raheem Sterling 

Sterling was named to England's U-17 World Cup squad in 2011. In the 2014 World Cup qualifying match, he was called up for the first time to the senior England squad. On 14 November 2012, he made his senior debut. He was also named match winner. In addition, on May 12, 2014, he was named to England's 23-man squad for the 2014 FIFA World Cup. In a UEFA Euro 2016 qualifying match, he scored his first senior goal for England. He was chosen as one of the final tournament's 23 players.

Sterling has been named to England's 23-man World Cup squad.