Klopp Comments On Liverpool Striker Future Amid Reports He Is Nearing Anfield Exit, Super Lig giants Plot Move

Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge has been closely linked with a summer exit after struggling with injuries and poor form in recent seasons.

Reds boss Jurgen Klopp did however, appear to give the England striker a lifeline.

Klopp revealed that there could be a ‘future’ for Sturridge but that he has not made a decision over the player.

“I always said there is a future, it’s about what we do in the moment. At the moment it’s all good and we don’t have to make decisions,” Klopp was quoted as saying by the Liverpool Echo.

“I don’t think about my players like this — like, maybe he’s in or out. With the young ones we make these decisions but not with the other guys. They show up, and it should be easy for me in the end.

“The window is still open, right? Is it closing tomorrow? No? Good!”

Sturridge has scored more than 10 goals in a single season just once over the last four campaigns.

The striker was loaned to West Brom in January and managed to find the net for three times last term.

The 28-year-old failed to score a single goal for the Baggies in just six appearances.

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Sturridge failed to make the England squad for the World Cup.

Turkish-Football report that Besiktas and Fenerbahce are both interested in the striker but want him on loan until the end of the season.

Sturridge has just 12 months left on his contract so Sturridge would end up leaving on a free transfer if the Reds were to let him leave on a temporary move.