Liverpool are considering extending striker Daniel Sturridge’s deal at Anfield.
Sturridge remains a fabric of Jurgen Klopp plan and has seen his value swell this term under Jurgen Klopp despite still being ravaged by injuries.
Klopp’s plan of sticking to play Sturridge to spearhead his attack is part of the German’s tactics to spark a healthy rivalry between his frontmen. And indeed, it has panned out well for the tactician.
But Sturridge remains a liability and his immunity to injuries is in the gray.
Liverpool were thought to have considered offloading him on loan in January. Klopp has urged the club to keep him and Anfield’s bigwigs are considering extending his stay at The Kop.
Sturridge’s contract will end in the summer, and he is free to begin talks with foreign clubs over a possible transfer in January, according to the Daily Mail.
Spanish clubs Valencia and Sevilla have lined him up as a target they could bring in January. French club Monaco and Serie A Inter Milan have also been credited with interest too.
But Liverpool could cut trail on his service by handing the. 29-year-old a bumper package to prevent him from putting pen to paper with another club.