World Cup Sterling takes fresh decision on returning to England squad in Qatar. Raheem Sterling, a striker for England, may be reuniting with his teammates in Qatar in time for their quarterfinal matchup against France on Friday.
After having his house in England robbed, Sterling abandoned the Three Lions’ camp and was unable to participate in the round of 16 triumph over Senegal.
Despite the fact that no one was wounded in the incident, the 27-year-old allegedly stated that he would not go back to Qatar unless he was “100% satisfied” that his family could be kept secure.
The Chelsea attacker, though, is reportedly considering returning to Qatar before the match against France, according to PA news.
However, Sterling, one of England’s most dependable players, will take extra security precautions to protect his family members back home.
The English FA was also told of the player’s desire to return to Qatar and is currently investigating how to get the star player there.
All of this comes after two people were detained on Wednesday morning in connection with an attempted burglary that occurred close to Sterling’s house.