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Chelsea star Raheem Sterling will turn down any approach from Arsenal in the summer transfer window.

That’s because Sterling wants to stay at Stamford Bridge and play a key role in the Blues’ rebuild under manager Graham Potter.

The winger was considering his future less than a year after his move from Manchester City to the West Londoners.

But TalkSport report the England international is determined to stay put and make a success of his Chelsea career.

Meanwhile, Arsenal goalkeeper Aaron Ramsdale has reassured fans that there’s no chance of Bukayo Saka snubbing a new deal.

Ramsdale said: “Even if he only had one week left on his deal I wouldn’t be worried about him being here.

“I’m fairly relaxed about Bukayo, let him crack on with his team and allow the club to sort things out so we can move forward.

“It’s obviously not affecting him, which is why he’s not rushing into anything, but we all know that Bukayo will be an Arsenal player for a long time.”

And Arsenal are using a ‘secret agent’ to win the race for West Ham star Declan Rice.

The Mail reports that Rice and Gunners icon Jack Wilshere “formed a close relationship during their time playing together” for the Hammers.

And the pair “have remained tight”, with Wilshere now an Under-18s coach at Arsenal.

The report also states that “the Wilshere-factor could well be an influencer as Rice decides his next destination”.

However, Manchester United legend Roy Keane has warned Arsenal that Rice doesn’t match the best midfielders in the Premier League yet.

Keane said: “He has first got to focus on West Ham and doing well for the rest of the season.

“But I don’t think he has been great this season, I don’t think he has kicked on for all the talk there has been about him – he needs to do a lot more.

“He doesn’t score enough goals or get enough assists. I have been a fan of him, he is always fit, but I just want a little bit more from him.

“There is talk of him leaving for big money and competing with teams for trophies, and he needs to do a lot more, it is as simple as that.

“Sometimes I see him play at West Ham, and he goes through the motions and he needs to do a lot more to match the top midfielders in the country.”

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