Daniel Sturridge can still be a major force for Liverpool - Jan Molby

Former Liverpool midfielder Jan Molby has backed Daniel Sturridge to retain his old form during the course of the Premier League.


The England international has been sparingly used by manager Jurgen Klopp this season with Roberto Firmino regularly getting the nod for the centre-forward role.

Back in the 2013/14 season, Sturridge was regarded as the best striker in the England ranks, but he has since suffered a series of injuries which have hampered his progress with both club and country. Sturridge has shown glimpses of his old self when called upon this season, but he has not been able to create a similar impact as his fellow teammates.

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Daniel Sturridge gives update on his fitness following Liverpool comeback

Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge has provided a positive update on his fitness after he scored his first goal of the season in the 4-0 demolition of Arsenal.


The England international has insisted that he feels as sharp as ever and is looking forward to making a key contribution over the course of the campaign.

Adam Lallana backs Daniel Sturridge to shine next season

Liverpool midfielder Adam Lallana has insisted that Daniel Sturridge will have a huge role to play in the upcoming campaign after having enjoyed a fruitful and injury-free spell in pre-season.


The England international believes his compatriot is 'world-class', and they cannot place a price on his services.

Sturridge has had a series of niggles in the past couple of seasons at Liverpool, and this has sort of reduced his importance with Roberto Firmino and Divock Origi being preferred for the centre-forward duties. However, he has managed to come through the pre-season unscathed to date, and Lallana is confident that the Reds will see the best of the 27-year-old during the 2017/18 season.

LIVERPOOL MAKE PLANS FOR THE FUTURE

Jurgen Klopp says Liverpool midfielder Emre Can entering into the final 12 months of his contract is not a good sign.

Answering press questions ahead of their second clash with Hoffenheim for UCL last qualification round, the former Borussia Dortmund boss opined that it is really not in the best interest of Liverpool to watch their employees contract run its course. It puts them in a position of weakness should contract renewal battle drums roll out.

Graeme Souness blasts Daniel Sturridge for his attitude

Graeme Souness has insisted that Daniel Sturridge will have to change his attitude in order to become a regular with Liverpool next season.


The England international has struggled with numerous injuries over the past few years, and last season, was no exception, with just 11 starts across all competitions. Sturridge has also looked short of fitness ever since his standout season alongside Luis Suarez in 2013/14, and Souness has questioned the marksman's mentality and preparation ahead of games.

Jason McAteer feels Daniel Sturridge would thrive at Paris Saint-Germain

Former Liverpool midfielder Jason McAteerfeels Paris Saint-Germain would be the ideal destination for Daniel Sturridge, though Cristiano Ronaldo could have the final say on the move.Sturridge, 27,has started just 25 top-flight games over the past three seasons with injuries hindering his chances of making an impression in the starting lineup.


As a result of his regular setbacks, Klopp has opted to stick with Roberto Firmino for the centre-forward duties while Divock Origi has also been preferred ahead of the Englishman at times.

Daniel Sturridge wants to stick with Liverpool

Daniel Sturridge is one of those players that has displayed to have top class abilities but that injuries have prevented him to become a true game changing player.


The English attacker has suffered injuries in just about every single club that he has performed in which has significantly hampered his chances of being able to consistently play at a high level for a long period of time and be considered as one of the best strikers in the sport.

Daniel Sturridge urged to leave Liverpool by John Arne Riise

Liverpool legend John Arne Riise feels his former club should sell Daniel Sturridge in the sumer in order to allow him regular playing time next season.


The injury-plagued striker made just 27 appearances for the Reds during the previous campaign – with a significant amount off the substitutes’ bench. Fans are probably divided on whether Sturridge should remain at Anfield for another year, but Riise believes that the England international should move on to earn regular first-team football. When asked by a Reds fan on Twitter, Riise responded: “Think it’s best for him to go where he can play regularly.”

KLOPP: WE ARE NOT SELLING COUTINHO

Liverpool coach Jurgen Klopp has denied any plan whatsoever to let go of their playmaker and skipper Philippe Coutinho this summer.


Coutinho continues to be linked with a move to Barcelona. The Nou Camp dwellers are keen on luring the talented Brazilian to Spain despite him signing a new five year deal in January.

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