Liverpool have reportedly set a £15million asking price for Daniel Sturridge this summer as foreign clubs show an interest in the striker.
It’s been a tough few years for Danny, who never really kicked on after an absolutely world class 2013/14 campaign, with injuries disrupting his progress at Anfield.
With so many now clearly ahead of him in the pecking order under Jurgen Klopp, it’s little surprise to see he’s available for relatively cheap this summer.
The Telegraph claim we’re prepared to sell for just £15m, which is a very generous price for a player with pace, skill and a serious goal threat on his day, plus plenty of experience in the Premier League, Europe and at international level.
The Telegraph’s report links Sevilla and Fenerbahce as among the England international’s suitors after a disappointing loan spell at West Brom.
Not many English players move abroad, but it’s easy to imagine it could be a good next step for Sturridge as his career seems in need of something of a shake-up and a fresh start.
It’ll be sad to see him go, but this is probably the only logical conclusion for him with us at this moment in time barring a remarkable recovery in the coming months.