Klopp’s two-word response when asked if Sturridge has a future at Liverpool

Daniel Sturridge celebrates after scoring the second goal for Liverpool

West Ham United have been linked with Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge.

Daniel Sturridge scores the second goal for Liverpool

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has suggested to The Times that Daniel Sturridge has a future at the club.

Sturridge has been linked with a move away from Liverpool in the summer transfer window, with The Daily Star claiming of West Ham United’s interest in the striker.

The former Manchester City and Chelsea striker has had injury problems in recent years, but when he is fit, he is one of the best players in his position in the Premier League.

Liverpool manager Klopp has suggested that Sturridge has a future at Anfield.

“Of course,” Klopp told The Times when asked if Sturridge has a future at Liverpool.

Daniel Sturridge celebrates with team mates after scoring the second goal for Liverpool

Blow for West Ham United?

Klopp’s two-word response to the question about Sturridge’s future will come as a blow to West Ham.

The Hammers are looking to sign the 27-year-old, as reported by The Daily Star, but it seems that Liverpool may not want him to leave.

Should Daniel Sturridge leave?

Leaving Liverpool for West Ham would be a step down for Sturridge, but at the same time the striker should think about playing time.

The England international has made only six starts in the Premier League this season, scoring three goals and providing one assist in the process.

Even when he has been fit, Sturridge has not always started, and this is something he should take into consideration when making a decision on his future.

Liverpool manager Juergen Klopp and Liverpool's Daniel Sturridge

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