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Liverpool on alert as Sturridge considers Chelsea future


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By Gary-Jay Bourley

Sunday 17 June 2012

A host of Premier League clubs have been put on red alert after reports have emerged that Daniel Sturridge wants to leave Chelsea after the appointment of Roberto Di Matteo, blaming the lack of opportunities on his England squad omission for Euro 2012 according to The Mirror.



Liverpool seem to be one of the main clubs pursuing the 22-year-old with their interest being heavily reported in recent weeks, this revelation seeming to add fuel to the fire. New boss Brendan Rodgers will be hoping that his connections with Chelsea – spending a number of years in their coaching network – will help in a bid to bring the attacker to Anfield.


It is well noted that Sturridge grew frustrated with the lack of time he spent at centre-forward last season, instead being preferred by management to be out wide. However under Di Matteo the player found his number of minutes on the pitch decrease as the likes of Ramires and Kalou were given a more attacking role and more playing time respectively.


Liverpool’s interest is no surprise given the contribution Sturridge has going forward last season grabbing 11 league goals in 28 games. It is unlikely, though, that Chelsea will allow the England international to leave without a considerable transfer fee being involved. Other clubs that are looking at the striker are Manchester City, Tottenham and Arsenal, who could be offered the player in a swap deal for Theo Walcott.


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By JAK on 17 June 2012 at 18:42


I think Sturridge should keep cool and concentrate on his game. Sometimes he very selfish. He wants to prove that he better than others. If he does not take care his football will come to an end.If Chelsea can find and alternatve they sell him because he talks too much


By JAK on 17 June 2012 at 18:42


I think Sturridge should keep cool and concentrate on his game. Sometimes he very selfish. He wants to prove that he better than others. If he does not take care his football will come to an end.If Chelsea can find and alternatve they sell him because he talks too much


By Sua on 17 June 2012 at 17:27


I could not agree more with gfgfgf Sturridge is plain selfish and over rated and envious of torres when he should be looking up to him. All the praises got to he's head and he lost focus in such a short space of time. Take a clue from welbeck and chamberline. Sturridge Still has potential, but he should shut up and get on with it or request for a transfer. I'll accept 8 to 10million on him (Chelsea fan)


By Bubbles on 17 June 2012 at 12:55


Kenny Dalglish had a chance to get Sturidge on board when Chelsea offered £45m plus Sturidge for Torres, but LFC wanted £50m and nothing else. LFC could even have asked for £50m plus Sturidge, Chelsea were gonna take it. They desperately wanted Torres, but daft Kenny and his clowns shoved their brains in their pockets. Now LFC want the same guy for £15m, how stupid can one be??


By gfgfg on 17 June 2012 at 12:39


Sturridge is free to go.Maybe his friends are not letting him know his selfish.I think he dislike torres.He wants to score more than him.Is the roof of torres flop last season.


 
 

 
 
 
 

 
 

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