The striker has barely featured for Liverpool this season after picking up another injury.
The striker is yet to feature under the German boss, having spent the vast majority of this campaign so far on the treatment table.
He had been returning to fitness, only to pick up another injury this week, with it as yet unknown how long he will be absent this time around.
That latest injury has left some fans questioning whether the striker has a future at the club, and Wright says a problem going forward may be Klopp’s high intensity football.
“The problem that Daniel may have is that the way they play, if they’re going to play that high intensity and closing down, he’s going to have a problem with that,” he told BT Sport.
The problem for Liverpool is that they very much need Daniel Sturridge in their side, with him arguably the best goalscorer in their side.
Goals are something they are seriously short on, having only scored 17 so far, just one more than Sunderland, while the likes of Manchester City have 30 to their name.
That low tally also puts them far behind their top four rivals Tottenham, who have 24 to their name, with Harry Kane consistently finding the back of the net at White Hart Lane - and how Liverpool fans would love to see Sturridge fit and firing in the same manner.