Daniel Sturridge could be on his way to Liverpool according to the Guardian. The 23-year-old England striker is likely to be available for somewhere in the region of £12 million. A move that almost came to fruition at the end of the last transfer window seems certain to go through this time.
Liverpool are very short on numbers up front, so short that the club didn't have a fit striker last weekend and they had to depend on own goals and the midfielder Jonjo Shelvey at Upton Park. It also seems that despite Fernando Torres' widely reported struggles at Chelsea, Daniel Sturridge's opportunities have been few and far between. What does he have to do to get a game there?
Sturridge has only played seven times for Chelsea in the Premier League this season and has scored once against Tottenham at White Hart Lane as Chelsea won 4-2. He will be keen for an extended run of first team football, in the thirty nine starts he has made over the last two seasons with Chelsea and Bolton on loan he has scored nineteen goals. Form that saw him brought into the England squad and, during the summer, the squad to represent Great Britain at the Olympics.