Rio Ferdinand unhappy with Daniel Sturridge

Rio Ferdinand did not like the fact that Daniel Sturridge talked up his overall goal scoring rate for Liverpool in his latest interview and declared himself the no. 1 attacker of the Reds on the basis of that.


As per Ferdinand, how good you are at a given point of time is not determined by what numbers you have got against your name till date. It’s about what your form is at that stage and if Sturridge has to prove that he is indeed the best bet of Jurgen Klopp in the frontline, he can do it only by showing form and not by showing his numbers.

LIVERPOOL TO SELL DANIEL STURRIDGE

Out-of-favour striker Daniel Sturridge is set to lose his place in the Liverpool set-up as the club wants to reportedly use him as bait to sign two Southampton players in January or at the end of the season.


The Mirror reports that Sturridge could be the bait as the Reds want to lure The Saints to sell defender Virgil van Dijk and forward Sam Mcqueen, who are 25 and 21 years old respectively. Other reports say a swap deal would be likely as Southampton are keen on landing Sturridge.

Jurgen Klopp Happy with Sturridge’s Performance against Spurs

Jurgen Klopp says that he has been left impressed by the performance of Daniel Sturridge in the recent EFL Cup match for his team.


The Liverpool striker continued his impressive record in the competition after managing two more goals against Tottenham. It helped Liverpool progress into the next round of the competition following a 2-1 win.

VIDIC AND GERRARD LEAD RED LIST

Nemanja Vidic and Steven Gerrard are the two players that have received the highest number of red cards in clashes between Liverpool and Manchester United.

This revelation comes ahead of the game between both sides on Monday night in the English Premier League.
Anthony Taylor is the referee set to officiate the game and history reveals that both sides have a poor disciplinary record when facing each other going into this game.

Jurgen Klopp has denied that he cut short Daniel Sturridge’s presence

Jurgen Klopp has denied that he cut short Daniel Sturridge’s presence on the pitch versus Chelsea out of anger as the Birmingham born player had argued with him disrespectfully on the side lines.


The visuals suggested that Klopp was showing his non-conviction about the position Sturridge was getting into, but, Sturridge, on the other hand, was not convinced about Klopp’s ideas and was not convinced that he was not getting into correct position and it led to an argument which none of the two would have preferred to happen in the camera view and at a time when their relationship is already under scrutiny.

The summer transfer window is over and Sturridge is still in Liverpool

Daniel Sturridge’s start of the season has not been a very impressive one as the English attacker has struggled trying to get consistent playing time in this start of the season under the tutelage of JurgenKlopp.


The German coach of Liverpool JurgenKlopp has utilized Roberto Firmino as his main goal-scoring output in these opening stages of the 2016-17 season.

Jurgen Klopp says that he is unsure about Fitness of Daniel Sturridge

Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp says that he is unsure whether striker Daniel Sturridge will be fit for the opening game against Arsenal.


Liverpool are set for a grand opening to the Premier League as they take on title rivals Arsenal as early as in the first weekend. It is already billed as the best ever opening to a league campaign, but it seems that Klopp will be struggling to field his best starting line-up due to injuries. His counterpart Arsene Wenger is also experiencing similar problems but in the defensive area of the pitch.Klopp says that Sturridge is still touch and go for the opening game against Arsenal.

DANIEL STURRIDGE SET TO PROVE HIMSELF THIS SEASON

Daniel Sturridge is set to prove himself this season as a player that has an average of a goal every 122 minutes.


Coach Jurgen Klopp is keen on giving the player an opportunity to stay on as the first choice forward and even admires the player but the coach is one for whom assumptions can’t be made.

Sturridge became the major hero at the club since Luiz Suarez left the club and moved to Barcelona. The former Blues forward was most impressive when the club was almost sure to lift the Premier League in the 2013/2014 season. He scored 24 goals in 33 games but has now lost his most revered spot to Philippe Coutinho in the past two seasons. With the performance Coutinho put up and other players set to join the team, Sturridge has to step up to remain the top man in front.

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