Daniel Sturridge has chosen a move to West Bromwich Albion over Newcastle for “family reasons”, with the Birmingham born striker opting for a loan switch to the West Midlands outfit till the end of the season. Newcastle were seriously looking at landing Sturridge after failing in their pursuit of Nicolai Jorgensen, but the 28 year old has picked the Hawthorns as his next destination as he makes a last ditch attempt to make the English squad. Albion will cover the entirety of Sturridge’s wages- £120,000 a week, and will pay a loan fee, rumoured to be around the £2m mark. Sturridge and Philippe Coutinho, who recently left for Barcelona, both joined Liverpool in January 2013.
Sturridge has scored only three goals for Liverpool this season Continue reading
Liverpool are reportedly willing to sell Daniel Sturridge in the winter transfer window, but want £30m for the striker. Sturridge is apparently desperate for a move in order to gain more playing time before the World Cup- his last Liverpool appearance was over a month ago in the 7-0 demolition of Spartak Moscow in the Champions League.
The Reds will not stand in his way if he wants a move, but want £30m for move, with a loan switch apparently not an option at this stage of the winter transfer window. Continue reading
Two goals from Philippe Coutinho, the latter coming in slightly controversial circumstances after West Ham’s Winston Reid remained prone on the other end of the field, helped Liverpool seal a 4-0 win over Slaven Bilic’s side on 14 May, 2017. Sturridge and Origi with the other two goals for LFC.
Man United also dropped out of the race for the top four (they can not even mathematically make it following a 2-1 loss to Spurs) Continue reading
Four goals scored by Jurgen Klopp’s side at Anfield as they put Stoke to the sword. Firmino, Lallana and Sturridge on the scoresheet, with Stoke scoring an own goal Continue reading
As expected, Jurgen Klopp rang in the changes following the thrilling but exhausting clash on Thursday against Dortmund in the Europa League, but Liverpool’s second string responded in fine fashion to claim a 2-1 win at the Vitality Stadium against newbies Bournemouth Continue reading
Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers has indicated that Daniel Sturridge is unlikely to take any further part this season. Sturridge has struggled with injuries in recent months and has appeared in only 18 of Liverpool’s 53 games this season in all competitions, approximately one third of the Reds’ games.
Rodgers has often voiced his frustration at not being able to always field a fully fit proven goalscorer in his XI, and his comments have cast doubts over Sturridge’s future if his injuries continue. Continue reading