Raheem Sterling and his transfer saga has dominated not only the back pages but also the internet this summer, and while we have no actual Premier League football to focus on, we at least have the transfer window to keep us entertained.
Thankfully for those missing the football, good old Sterling has been keeping us busy with his demands, firstly for money, then for trophies and finally for a new manager and a packet of Lemsip.
According to Sky Sports and their yellow breaking news bar, we can now all breathe a sigh of relief, because Raheem’s man flu is finally over and he has been able to return to training.
Obviously this probably doesn’t mean he will be going on the pre-season tour and definitely doesn’t mean he will be staying at the club, but nonetheless, the internet reacted in style.
That trusty made for Raheem Lemsip worked then…
Raheem Sterling has returned to training this morning.
Guess those Strepsils did the trick… pic.twitter.com/IxzAQ3rpVN
— BreatheSport (@BreatheSport) July 10, 2015
People seemed a bit bemused at the fact that a person doing their job was a big deal…
It says something when it's "BREAKING" news that Raheem Sterling has turned up for training. Man turns up for work. pic.twitter.com/3KQgskCIzm
— Paddy Power (@paddypower) July 10, 2015
Breaking: Employee turns up to his employers place of work to work. Amazing stuff. @sterling31
— indykaila News (@indykaila) July 10, 2015
Sterling reported for training today because he's going out tonight & doesn't want to be seen out while he's called in sick. #LFC
— Ash_LFC (@zodman100) July 10, 2015
When Balotelli is getting more praise than you, it must be bad…
Balotelli's father just died and he is in training but Sterling is a spoiled brat so he won't go. Really says a lot.
— The Anfield Talk (@TheAnfieldTalk) July 9, 2015
Obviously Sterling had a sick note for Rodgers…
Just received Raheem Sterling's sicknote.
Seems legit pic.twitter.com/fvq7Rf86Bw
— Deluded Brendan (@DeludedBrendan) July 9, 2015
And this, which is hands down the best response ever.
— Liverpool FC News (@LivEchoLFC) July 10, 2015