Norwich’s Jonathan Rowe: ‘I feel like I have a lot of unfinished business’

Winger, who like Raheem Sterling grew up in Wembley, could be in the Premier League next season even if his club are not promoted

When Norwich last played Manchester City in the Premier League, in February 2022, Jonathan Rowe sought out Raheem Sterling in the tunnel. “I showed him where I was from, and it turned out we had a lot of ‘mutuals’,” Rowe says.

Like Sterling, Rowe grew up in the shadow of Wembley Stadium and he wanted to pay his respects to his neighbourhood’s most famous son. “He’s the person that everyone looks to as someone that made a way in my area,” Rowe says. “He’s set the wave for a lot of us and now I’m trying to make my own legacy.”

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