Liverpool boss open doors for Daniel Sturridge
The Reds manager, Jurgen Klopp has admitted that the doors will always remain open for English and Liverpool striker, Daniel Sturridge.
There were linkups that the striker will return to Spanish club, Sevilla and Turkish club, Besiktas.
Klopp said, “It’s funny, this is my third pre-season and every year we talk about the same things, it’s no problem. I always said there is a future, it’s about what we do in the moment.”
He added that, At the moment it’s all good and we don’t have to make decisions. I don’t think about my players like this – like, maybe he’s in or out. With the young ones we make these decisions but not with the other guys. They show up, and it should be easy for me in the end.”
The boss also made a mockery by pointing out that the transfer window is not closing tomorrow. He said, The window is still open, right? Is it closing tomorrow? Good.”
In his initial days, the English striker was a part of English team, Manchester City. He was a part of the City’s squad for three years in which he played 22 games for the side and was 6 times on the scoring sheet.
He then moved to Stamford Bridge for a contract of 4-years and an initial fee of £3.5 million, with additional payments of £500,000 after each of 10, 20, 30 and 40 appearances.
He appeared 96 times for the blues and scored in 24 occasions. He was also loaned Bolton Wanderers where he played 12 games and scored in 8 of them.
the striker was then signed by Liverpool on a long-term contract for an undisclosed fee thought to be in the region of £12 million. He represented the Reds over a period of 6 years, represented them in 133 games and scored in 63 of them.
In January 2018, the player was loaned to West Bromwich Albion for the rest of the season.
Kloop feels that the 28-years old player has plenty to prove