Opinion: So long, farewell for Daniel Sturridge at Liverpool

Tom Holmes | Daniel Sturridge’s season looks to be over. The Liverpool forward has suffered another setback with his recurring hip injury, and the net result is that he looks unlikely to kick a ball in a Reds’ shirt again. Injuries have plagued Sturridge’s career, and he appears to no longer be in the plans of Liverpool manager Jürgen Klopp. So is this the end for Sturridge and if so, is that the right decision? Sturrige’s time is up First, whether Sturridge will leave. Klopp has said that he will hold talks with the striker at the end of the season, but it looks fair to say that Sturridge’s race has been run at Anfield. Injuries have been a factor, but nevertheless he has not been first choice this season under Klopp and has started just five Premier League games, scoring just the two goals. Sturridge doesn’t appear to even be second choice, as when he...

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