Daniel Sturridge is one of the best pure finishers in world football, and that alongside his pace and movement make him an extremely valuable commodity when healthy. Unfortunately for Liverpool, his health has been a major issue in recent years and his long term durability is in doubt as his games missed tally grows. The Mirror reports that the striker is now fighting for his Liverpool career as the club prepares to listen to transfer offers for him.
The report claims that manager Jürgen Klopp is frustrated with Sturridge's fitness and is willing to let him leave for an offer in excess of £25 million. However, it's unclear why a club with the resources to spend big money on a top caliber striker would choose to buy the oft-injured Sturridge, who has been much more frustrating than electric in recent months. Additionally, Sturridge gives Liverpool a top class striker that the club wouldn't have otherwise, making him a difficult player for the Reds to part with.
If Sturridge plays well after returning to full fitness and sustains his health until the end of the season, Liverpool will not part with him, and if he cannot find his way back onto the pitch it's difficult to envision another team shelling out £25 million for his services. Either way, it seems that a Sturridge transfer based on this rumor is extremely unlikely.