The 19-year-old winger has emerged as one of Europe’s finest young players over the course of the last ten-and-a-half-months, with his potential having been converted into impressive displays in the Reds’ first-team.
His performances as Liverpool ran close to winning the Premier League title last season also earned him a spot in England’s World Cup squad, with Roy Hodgson valuing the teenager highly.
Reports suggest that the Merseysiders are attempting to tie him down to a new long-term deal on wages of over £100,000-per-week, with the likes of Real Madrid and Chelsea thought to be interested in the fleet-footed starlet.
However Marsh feels that Sterling is too good to remain at Liverpool for much longer:
“I know I am going to get pelted by Liverpool supporters but I don’t see Raheem Sterling being a Liverpool player in the next two years,” he told talkSPORT.
“I think he will leave Liverpool and go to a really top club.
“I think Sterling is so good, and if he is playing with the right players, at the right level, he could go on to be a top, super player.”