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Jurgen Klopp Admits No First-Team Promises for ‘Outstanding’ Striker Amid Transfer Speculation

Daniel Sturridge is not going to be assured a spot within the Liverpool first-team if the 28-year-old can not seal a short-term mortgage transfer away from Anfield this month.

Sturridge has attracted curiosity from Italy and Spain in current weeks, with Inter Milan boss Luciano Spalletti keen so as to add extra firepower to the San Siro.

Nevertheless, if the England worldwide is pressured to remain in Liverpool for the remainder of the season,ย Jรผrgen Klopp has confirmed that the previous Chelsea striker can be preventing alongside Danny Ings andย Dominic Solanke in making an attempt to problem for Roberto Firmino’s first-team place.

“I’ve by no means in my life promised a participant sport time for the following few months. It’s not attainable,” Klopp claimed, as quoted by theย Mirror.

“When Daniel is match, coaching, in form he’s nonetheless an excellent striker there isn’t a doubt about that. However he didn’t play the previous few weeks – for various causes.

“After all one among them was Roberto Firmino’s efficiency, then Dom Solanke’s improvement. And Daniel out and in of coaching.

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“Usually he was extra in than out in coaching, however the time he was in he was a little bit unfortunate with video games. That was the scenario, nothing extra.”

Regardless of nearly half of Sturridge’s 9 Premier League appearances – the final of which got here in November – being from the substitute bench, the England worldwide has scored two targets this season and claimed a match-winning help in opposition to Leicester Metropolis on matchday six.

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