Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge in training (Getty)Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge is so desperate for game time he is open to a move abroad in January.
The striker has struggled to get into Jurgen Klopp’s starting XI this season, with just five Premier League starts so far this term.
Klopp prefers Roberto Firmino in the central striker role and has even been turning to youngster Dominic Solanke instead of Sturridge in recent weeks.
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Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp does not seem convinced by Sturridge (Getty)It’s led to a belief that the former Chelsea and Man City player could leave Anfield when the transfer window opens in January, with reports he could go abroad.
The Daily Mail suggest the England international is open to playing outside of England if it means regular game time.
Spanish sides Real Betis and Valencia have been linked with the 28-year-old.
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Sturridge is aware that his hopes of being picked by England for the World Cup this summer will be severely hampered if he’s spending more time on the bench than the pitch.
The Daily Mail report that Liverpool would want a considerable fee for Sturridge, although Betis and Valencia would prefer a loan deal.
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