Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge is facing up to a further month out after suffering a calf strain.
Daniel Sturridge has amped up his training regiment and has put in a full training session today for Liverpool, a clear sign he should be fit in time for their next league game in Week 8.
Brendan Rodgers has refused to rule Daniel Sturridge out of this weekend’s game against West Brom and regardless of whether the England international is involved on Saturday the striker will play no part in the upcoming European qualification games for the Three Lions.
Brendan Rodgers confirmed that his star striker Daniel Sturridge will be sidelined for as much as three weeks after Sturridge injured his thigh while training with the England national team.
Daniel Sturridge has been ruled out of England’s Euro 2016 qualifying game in Switzerland after suffering a training ground injury on Friday morning.
There appear to be only the details standing between Mario Balotelli and a move to Liverpool.
While investors who played Daniel Sturridge in their Week 1 fantasy teams can feel satisfied with his 16 point output, it masked and otherwise lackluster performance from the expensive forward.
Nik Argiropoulos reckons Daniel Sturridge is almost guaranteed to get on the scoresheet in Week 1.
Daniel Sturridge missed a series of chances as England drew their last World Cup match 0-0.
With Juventis closing in on a move for Alexis Sanchez, Liverpool are rumored to be preparing a £27million bid for the Chile attacker.
England were able to quickly respond to an opening goal from Italy but the Italians scored early in the 2nd half and were able to see the game out as the Three Lions fall 1-2.
Liverpool continue their title run chase, defeating Sunderland 2-1, to move to within a point of the top of the table.
Liverpool could only muster a draw against West Bromwich Albion, but their only goal was a result of yet another successful exchange between Luis Suarez and Daniel Sturridge.
Daniel Sturridge scored two goals, the second of which was sensational lob over Tim Howard, as Liverpool crushed Everton 4-0. However, Sturridge failed to score his hat-trick when given a chance from the penalty spot. He skied the kick over Howard's goal, and later tried to shoot when a pass to Suarez was a better option. Much to the Uruguayan's dismay.