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Liverpool's Daniel Sturridge still has future at Anfield - Jurgen Klopp

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Daniel Sturridge could still have a future at Liverpool, despite his struggles with injuries and consistency in recent seasons, Jurgen Klopp has said.

Sturridge has been hindered by several long-term injuries over the past few campaigns, with the England international passing the 10-goal mark only once in four seasons.

The 28-year-old was loaned out to West Brom last January but struggled to make an impact at the Hawthorns, failing to score in six appearances for the relegated club.

"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, who was left out of Gareth Southgate's England squad for the World Cup, has been linked with a move to Spain's Sevilla and Turkish side Besiktas.

The former Chelsea and Manchester City striker will be hoping to prove himself during Liverpool's preseason fixtures, with the Merseyside outfit winning two of their first three friendlies.

Liverpool will travel to the U.S. later this month for the International Champions Cup, where they will face Borussia Dortmund, City and Manchester United.


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