Monday, 20 November 2017

Liverpool's Sturridge Eyes Move To Keep World Cup Hope Alive

Daniel Sturridge doesn't get enough game time at Liverpool to be a part of England boss, Gareth Southgate's national squad.
That's why he is reportedly prepared to leave the English club, in order to save his dream to play at the World Cup.

According to the Mirror, Sturridge's choice to leave the Reds 'will spark a mid-season scramble'.

The centre-forward wishes that his club will ask a 'realistic' transfer fee when the transfer window opens.

Despite Liverpool rejecting French club Paris Saint-Germain in last winter's transfer window, this time a loan deal is also a possibility.

The Reds manager Jurgen Klopp didn't use Sturridge in the last two games.

The striker was hoping that his goals before the international break against Huddersfield and Maribor would have secured his spot in Klopp's starting eleven.

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