Liverpool winger Rahmeem Sterling is better than Mesut Özil according to football pundit Michael Owen.
The former Liverpool striker revealed that he believes Sterling would get into the current Arsenal side.
“I would think so, they would find some way,” Owen told BT Sport when asked about whether he though Sterling is good enough to play for the Arsenal team.
“He’s better than Özil, I think he’s probably better than Welbeck.”
Özil started and scored in the 4-1 win over Liverpool in the Premier League today.
The 26-year-old completed the highest amount of key passes in the game (3) and maintained a passing accuracy of 90.4 percent according to Whoscored.
Özil made 56 passes and carried out the second highest number of successful dribbles (3) for his side.
The World Cup winner now has five goals and seven assists in all competitions for Arsenal this season.
Sterling completed 38 passes with a 79 percent accuracy and won the penalty for the Reds only goal of the game.
The England international has seven goals and eight assists in all competitions this season.