Daniel Sturridge’s next transfer wil infuriate Liverpool

  • Daniel Sturridge is rumoured to want out of Liverpool
  • The England international is said to be furious over criticism questioning his desire to play for the club.
  • Former Man City striker has been on the sidelines for over 50% of his time at Anfield
Source: Soccer Aspects
Source: Soccer Aspects

If the Daily Mail are to be believed, then Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge could be set for an Anfield exit after becoming fed up with Jurgen Klopp and former Liverpool players questioning his desire to play for the Premier League side.

When fit, Danny Stuzza has proven to be a £50million+ striker but, given the former Manchester City forward’s injury record…

Source: BBC Sport
Source: BBC Sport

…the Reds will struggle to bring in more than £20million – although the big boys are certainly going to be tempted to take a punt on the England international – so where might the 26-year-old end up?

ARSENAL

The place where perfectly fit and healthy players go to crash and burn and never walk again. Arsenal could probably sweeten any potential deal for Sturridge by offering the forward a personalised wheelchair.

Source: Metro
Source: Metro

 

CHINESE SUPER LEAGUE

The whole world and his dog are packing up and moving to China, and there’s no doubting Daniel Sturridge is the type of player the likes of Henan Jianye are after. However, in the peak of his career, would the Liverpool man really want to be plying his trade in the Chinese Super League?

 

BARCELONA

Luis Enrique is in the market for a striker who can back-up and support the holy trinity of Lionel Messi, Neymar and Luis Suarez whenever needed.

Given Sturridge’s horrendous injury record, being limited to a few cameo appearances when the stars of the show aren’t around or need a rest, should suit him perfectly.

There’s also the chance to reunite with former Reds team-mate Luis Suarez and bring back the most fearsome double act since the Chuckle Brothers.

Source: Independent
Source: Independent

 

STOKE CITY

Pairing Peter Crouch’s ‘Robot’ with Daniel Sturridge’s dance as a goal celebration is something the world of football definitely needs to see.