Liverpool fans are open to the idea of seeing Daniel Sturridge leave the club in January.
The 28-year-old striker has been an unused substitute in five of his last six squad appearances for Liverpool and youngster Dominic Solanke looks like he has moved ahead of him in the queue.
The England international has 74 goals in 194 Premier League appearances for Liverpool, Chelsea and Manchester City - a record that might have been better if not for relentless injuries down the years.
Nevertheless, Sturridge has only started one game for the Reds during the past six weeks and fans of the Anfield club seem open to the prospect of losing him next month.
Liverpool’s best interests should be to improve in Sturridge. He has struggled for us. Get rid and get someone better in.— Sean Coleby (@seancoleby) December 3, 2017
He must be because Solanke is now ahead of Sturridge as well. Sturridge is finished for me we are a worse side when he's in it.— David_LFC96⭐ (@David_LFC96) December 3, 2017
I love sturridge but I think him leaving is best for both parties!!— Joseph lfc (@brosephLFC) December 3, 2017
Sturridge is finished...just let him go...Club comes first not players— Coutinho (@LFC_Coutinho7) December 3, 2017
maybe not. but Sturridge still need replacing https://t.co/1o9JrF77sa— T⚽ne Lfc⚽Vcf (@tuLuFC) December 3, 2017
£30m for sturridge? Is that the price lfc have put on him? If that's the case then yeah do it. I was thinking £20m for sturridge at best. Only because of his injury record— Tony LFC (@Tonyfitness86) December 3, 2017
Feels too sad to say this but it could be Sturridge's last month at Liverpool Football Club. It's been a pleasure.— George (@George__O) December 3, 2017
Personally happy that Solanke is seemingly now ahead of Sturridge in Klopp’s plans. #LFC— Callum Wright (@CallumWright__) December 3, 2017
Liverpool fans are right. Sturridge, as good as he once was, is now resembling deadwood and the future has never really looked very bright for him under Jurgen Klopp.
Brendan Rodgers brought him to Merseyside for a bargain £12 million and he netted 20 Premier League goals in his first full season as the Reds came agonisingly close to winning the title.