It seems inevitable that Daniel Sturridge will be returning to Liverpool after a loan deal at West Brom which went badly wrong due to injury, and also saw the Baggies relegated to the Championship.
The England international has struggled with injuries and form in recent seasons, and hasn’t looked the same since his great season in 2013-14, where Liverpool almost won the Premier League and he scored 24 goals in the process.
Of course his manager at Liverpool at that time was the now Celtic boss Brendan Rodgers, and if the player is looking to get his career back on track he should consider a reunion with the Hoops boss in Glasgow this summer.
It would have to be a loan deal of course, as the Hoops would not be able to pay the 28-year-old’s £120,000-a week salary – as reported by the Daily Mail – but if he is looking to rediscover the player he once was Rodgers could be just the man to bring his career back to life.
At only 28-years-old Sturridge should still have another few years left in the game injuries permitting, and if he wants to resurrect his career then Glasgow looks like the place to do it, he would have the chance of Champions League football, which is far more exciting than being on the bench at Liverpool.
The Hoops would no doubt still have to pay a lot of money to bring the player to Glasgow, but if he fires the Hoops to the lucrative Champions League group stages the deal will have more than payed for itself.
In other Celtic news, Kristoffer Ajer is delighted to have signed a new deal with the Bhoys