Liverpool FC are ready to listen to offers for England international striker Daniel Sturridge, however they are reluctant to allow Danny Ings to leave Anfield, according a report.
ESPN report that the Reds are ready to cash in on the out of favour striker, as a host of Premier League clubs have shown interest in the 28-year-old.
Ings, who has also been the subject of heavy interest this window, is less likely to leave, as Reds boss Jurgen Klopp does not want to leave himself short of attacking options.
It is reported that Southampton and West Ham are showing interest in Sturridge, who has dropped below Ings in the pecking order at Anfield after he recovered from his second knee injury.
Football Insider verdict:
Daniel Sturridge has always seemed to be not quite the finished product. However, as his spell with Liverpool seems to be coming to an end, maybe he never was THAT good. A mid-table club needing goals seems to suit the England international – who has only been involved in Klopp’s teams five times this season. Perhaps a step down is what is required for Sturridge to really release his full potential – and with the World Cup only 6 months away, he will want to be playing as much football as he can to prove he is worth a seat on the plane.
In other Liverpool transfer news, Sky Sports have released a major sell-on clause bluff in Coutinho’s contract as he joined Liverpool.