England striker Daniel Sturridge has left Perth Glory in the Australian top flight after failing to make the desired impact at the club. Perth Glory fans and officials were excited about what was to come when the club signed Daniel Sturridge as a free agent in October, but their lofty expectations and hopes were gradually dashed with each passing day of his time at the club. The Ex-Liverpool and Bolton Wanderers striker has now ended his injury-hit time in Australia.
Daniel Sturridge started just once for Perth Glory in the Australian A-league and he played six times in total. He made just one start and five substitute appearances at Perth as he failed to register a goal or an assist. Sturridge missed 14 games as a result of a groin injury.
According to Daily Mail, Watford striker Joao Pedro has caught the attention of Premier League giants, Liverpool, ahead of the 2022 summer transfer window. The Reds are coming off an excellent season that saw them do the domestic cup double of the FA Cup and the Carabao Cup. They fell agonisingly short in the Premier League title race and suffered a heartbreaking loss to Real Madrid in the UEFA Champions League final.
While there are reasons for much optimism at Anfield, Jurgen Klopp and co. will need to knuckle down and rebuild a side that has impressed over the last few years. One of the major pieces of Klopp’s jigsaw at Liverpool, Mane is set to call time on his stint at the club after six glorious seasons on Merseyside.
Perth Glory striker Daniel Sturridge didn't make a correct prediction on the FA Cup clash between Chelsea and Liverpool last weekend after Sadio Mane failed to score during the game. Daniel Sturridge had earlier revealed on his Twitter account that he fancies a Mane goal.
Daniel Sturridge also predicted that Liverpool will have too much quality for Chelsea during the final. Chelsea were able to hold their own as they prevented Senegalese international Mane and his teammates from finding the back of the net in 120 minutes.
Carl Jenkinson was a signing formed part of the scattergun transfer approach adopted by Ioannis Vrentzos at Nottingham Forest. He joined the clubs in 2019 from Arsenal where he had spent 11 years and earned himself a solitary England cap. In January, the right-back departed the City Ground after struggling to make an impact on the first team at the club.
He joined Melbourne City on loan, with the defender likely to sign for the club permanently during the summer. Jenkinson will be out of contract on Trentside when the summer comes around and his future at Forest looks bleak. His form at Melbourne has been pretty good though and remarkably he’s managed to stay injury-free.
Merseyside giants Liverpool could reportedly repeat the Daniel Sturridge feat again by making a move for a player from one of their top-six rivals in the Premier League. Apart from Liverpool, the other top-six teams are Manchester United, Manchester City, Chelsea, Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur.
Liverpool made a big gamble when they signed Daniel Sturridge from Chelsea in January 2012 while Northern Irishman Brendan Rodgers was the manager. The Reds paid £12m to signSturridge from Chelsea. His best season at Liverpool was his first full season at Anfield.
English striker Daniel Sturridge made a big decision when he signed for Perth Glory in the Australian top flight last year October on the back of almost two years without a club. Ideally, Daniel Sturridge would have loved to stay in Europe, but he decided to move to Australia in his bid to start playing professional football once again. Some weeks before the Perth Glory transfer, rumours of a transfer to Real Mallorca in the Spanish La Liga heightened for Daniel Sturridge when he was pictured in training with the team. In the end, the striker was forced to continue his search for a new club after Mallorca failed to sign him.
New Liverpool signing Luis Diaz has continued to be topped to shine at Anfield by former and present Reds players following his move from FC Porto in the January winter transfer window. He has since been lauded by former Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge, who has also praised the transfer chiefs at Anfield for the January signing.
Diaz had been pursued by both Liverpool and Tottenham in the months leading up to the winter transfer window. Tottenham held talks with Porto over the left winger’s capture but Jurgen Klopp’s side marched in to win the race. The Reds confirmed his signing on January 30 in a deal worth an initial £37.5million. It could rise to £50m if certain bonuses are met.
Perth Glory FC of Australia striker Daniel Sturridge has commended the Liverpool hierarchy over the signing of Colombian attacker Luis Diaz from Portuguese club FC Porto last month. Daniel Sturridge took to his official Twitter account to appreciate senior Liverpool officials for pulling off the Diaz transfer amidst the interest from fellow Premier League side Tottenham Hotspur. Sturridge specially mentioned Liverpool officials Julian Ward and Mike Gordon for the work they did to sign the Colombian international.
Merseyside giants Liverpool initially planned to sign €60m-rated Diaz in the summer, but they had to move it forward following the interest of Spurs. In the end, Liverpool signed him for an initial fee of €45mplus €15m in add-ons to take the total transfer towards the €60m mark.
Perth Glory striker Daniel Sturridge went down memory lane as he remembered his stunning strike during the Premier League clash with former club Chelsea at Stamford Bridge in the colours of Liverpool. Daniel Sturridge took to his official Twitter handle to reminisce on the goal just before his former teams met at the same venue earlier this month.
Liverpool players have scored sensational goals against Chelsea in the Premier League over the years and the one produced by England striker Daniel Sturridge was the best of the lot. Other players such as Mohamed Salah and club skipper Jordan Henderson have scored very good goals against Chelsea in the league over the past few years.
England striker Daniel Sturridge has been left frustrated after his Perth Glory side were dealt a big blow in relation to Covid-19. Daniel Sturridge has had to wait longer for his first start in the colours of his new Australian A-league club after him and his teammates were forced to isolate for two weeks.
An unnamed Perth Glory player tested positive for Covid-19 and that prompted officials to tell Daniel Sturridge and the rest of the squad to quarantine for two weeks in a hotel. To this effect, the games involving Perth Glory were suspended.