Neither of these means he’s actually a good passer. Similar to Son (who is a decent crosser but not a great passer), he just gets into favorable positions which means there’s easy passes open for teammates. Example being our first goal vs city away last year. Kane’s ball is easily the real pass that created the chance. Yet Son gets a big chance created and a large xA boost for a 5 yard square pass to Dejan for a tap in.Not particularly but nor is he a bad one. And he's very good when it comes to putting balls in to the box. His big chances created stats are always really solid (very stand-out in a couple of seasons) and he often gets a high xA rating.
This is a skill but very reliant on teammates to put you in this position. An actual creator is like De Bruyne, recent Kane or peak poch-Eriksen
And Son is far better than Sterling.