Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge is ready to quit the club at the end of the season after growing irritated at the constant criticism over his ongoing injury problems this season, according to the Daily Mirror.
The 26-year-old is said to be desperate to get back to his best in order to get his career back on track and re-establish himself on the international scene, and seems to believe that an exit from Anfield will be beneficial.
Manager Jurgen Klopp has vented his frustration at the player’s injury problems both publicly and privately, and Sturridge is now thought to have reached the point of no return.
Sturridge has made only six appearances so far this season, and though he has been restricted to limited game time, there is not thought to be any shortage of interest in his services.
Former club Chelsea are believed to be interested, while the likes of Tottenham, Arsenal and West Ham could also be keen.
Sturridge penned a five-year contract worth £140,000-a-week back in 2014, and though Roy Hodgson is eager to take him to France in June, he still faces an uncertain future heading into the summer.
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