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      Daniel Sturridge (Southampton/Inter Milan/Sevilla)

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      Daniel Sturridge (Southampton/Inter Milan/Sevilla)
      Dec 29, 2017 01:58:24 am
      Seems to be a potential sideline to the van Dijk deal.

      It's no secret that Southampton's problem has been up front this season

      Southampton are interested in recruiting Liverpool and England striker Daniel Sturridge on loan until the end of the season and are also ready to make an audacious bid for Fulham’s Ryan Sessegnon.

      After selling Virgil van Dijk to Liverpool for £75 million on Wednesday, Southampton want to reinvest quickly and add quality to their squad, with the attacking positions and centre-back their two priorities.

      A list of targets are being considered or actively worked upon and, with manager Mauricio Pellegrino desperate to add pace, power and goals to his team, one of the most intriguing names is Liverpool’s Sturridge.

      His Liverpool contributions have been limited by persistent injury but, even when fully fit, the emergence this season of Jürgen Klopp’s ‘fab four’ of Mo Salah, Roberto Firmino, Philippe Coutinho and Sadio Mane has left him unlikely to start even when available.

      Southampton have their own short-term problems in attack following Charlie Austin’s injury and, although they are also looking at permanent options, they would be very interested in taking a proven goalscorer like Sturridge on loan.

      http://www.telegraph.co.uk/football/2017/12/28/southampton-keen-daniel-sturridge-ready-make-audacious-move/
      « Last Edit: Jan 23, 2018 11:04:56 pm by 7-King Kenny-7 »
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      Re: Daniel Sturridge (Southampton)
      Reply #1: Dec 29, 2017 02:39:49 am
      I would wave him goodbye. I’m sorry to say, I wish it was otherwise but he is a waste of space and has been for 3 years. In little spells like this when there are lots of games at once this is where we need him and just like last year and I’m sure the one before he has another silly injury that rules him out for weeks on end. I’d gladly move him on and bring Origi back
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      Re: Daniel Sturridge (Southampton)
      Reply #2: Dec 29, 2017 05:52:19 am
      I wouldn’t loan him... if someone wants him they buy him..
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      Re: Daniel Sturridge (Southampton)
      Reply #3: Dec 29, 2017 06:54:20 am
      I wouldn’t loan him... if someone wants him they buy him..

      You are 100% correct about not loaning  him especially to Southampton after the big transfer fee they have just got from us.
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      Re: Daniel Sturridge (Southampton)
      Reply #4: Dec 29, 2017 07:38:15 am
      Still love you Danny!!!
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      Re: Daniel Sturridge (Southampton)
      Reply #5: Dec 29, 2017 01:41:29 pm
      Can't see us loaning out Sturridge and Ings.
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      Re: Daniel Sturridge (Southampton)
      Reply #6: Dec 29, 2017 01:43:46 pm
      He's so frustrating these days , no doubt he's still quality but .......
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      Re: Daniel Sturridge (Southampton)
      Reply #7: Dec 29, 2017 03:03:04 pm
      He's so frustrating these days , no doubt he's still quality but .......

      It's a shame he hasn't adapted to Jurgens style of play. Sturridge likes to stay in and around the 18 yard box and if goes to another club who play this way and he stays fit I'm sure Sturridge will be banging in the goals again and that's the frustrating part of it, he's a quality forward.
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      Re: Daniel Sturridge (Southampton)
      Reply #8: Dec 29, 2017 04:24:42 pm
      I wouldn’t loan him... if someone wants him they buy him..
      I'd loan him so he can't play against us. Best player on the pitch when he's fit.

      If he's sold, 25m will be a minimum.
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      Re: Daniel Sturridge (Southampton)
      Reply #9: Dec 29, 2017 05:18:09 pm
      Jürgen never seems to have been convinced by Danny so I won't be surprised when he eventually leaves.

      I don't think Danny would take a permanent move to a club like Southampton but he might be tempted by a loan.
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      Re: Daniel Sturridge (Southampton)
      Reply #10: Dec 29, 2017 05:21:49 pm
      Time for him and the club to move on, he's given us some great goals over the years but its just not quite working anymore.
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      Re: Daniel Sturridge (Southampton)
      Reply #11: Dec 29, 2017 05:29:06 pm
      Personally I’d keep him until the summer. If we have a good run in Europe, get a good FA Cup run going too, we can’t risk being short on players. I know he’s unreliable but he might be fit to play and have a good impact on some games, for all we know, he could play just 2 more times this season, but if they are in Europe or the cup then he does have the scoring ability to be what puts us through to the next round.

      I’d let him go in the summer for sure but think we need to keep all the firepower we can, even if it’s just to kill games off and give Bobby bit of a rest.

      Ings hasn’t been part of the team for so long now, if anyone is to go be then it has to be him IMO.
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      Re: Daniel Sturridge (Southampton)
      Reply #12: Dec 29, 2017 05:29:30 pm
      Origi's not around, so if Firmino got injured, Danny and Ings could potentially be in line.
      Could just play Salah up top either.
      But for arguments sake, if it's between Danny and Ings, I'd keep Danny.
      And tbh if it's just a loan, don't see the point of it.
      We should've sold Danny in last summer, but that chance has passed, so imho would wait until next summer to move let him go.
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      Re: Daniel Sturridge (Southampton)
      Reply #13: Dec 29, 2017 06:53:17 pm
      Personally I’d keep him until the summer. If we have a good run in Europe, get a good FA Cup run going too, we can’t risk being short on players. I know he’s unreliable but he might be fit to play and have a good impact on some games, for all we know, he could play just 2 more times this season, but if they are in Europe or the cup then he does have the scoring ability to be what puts us through to the next round.

      I’d let him go in the summer for sure but think we need to keep all the firepower we can, even if it’s just to kill games off and give Bobby bit of a rest.

      Ings hasn’t been part of the team for so long now, if anyone is to go be then it has to be him IMO.
      Have to agree, I think Ings needs to get his PL boots on before Liverpool boots. I would offer Ings on loan to Southampton. I would probably loan Sturridge if the player himself requested it though.
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      Re: Daniel Sturridge (Southampton)
      Reply #14: Dec 29, 2017 08:27:23 pm
      Personally I’d keep him until the summer. If we have a good run in Europe, get a good FA Cup run going too, we can’t risk being short on players. I know he’s unreliable but he might be fit to play and have a good impact on some games, for all we know, he could play just 2 more times this season, but if they are in Europe or the cup then he does have the scoring ability to be what puts us through to the next round.

      I’d let him go in the summer for sure but think we need to keep all the firepower we can, even if it’s just to kill games off and give Bobby bit of a rest.

      Ings hasn’t been part of the team for so long now, if anyone is to go be then it has to be him IMO.

      Agree with this. Always been a fan of Sturridge but truth is we cannot rely on him and he probably wants to play more regularly as well.
      I'd love to see us sign a versatile forward who could play Firmino's more central role if necessary, so we don't have to rely on Solanke in case anything happens to Bobby (knocks wood). Danzel recently suggested Lozano could be that guy, as he's adept at playing on both wings but has also been used centrally. Would be an interesting option.
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      Re: Daniel Sturridge (Southampton)
      Reply #15: Dec 29, 2017 08:50:18 pm
      Can't see us loaning out Sturridge and Ings.

      That 100% won't happen without bringing somebody else in. Loaning those two out with no replacement leaves us with Firmino & Solanke, who hasn't scored a goal at this level.
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      Re: Daniel Sturridge (Southampton)
      Reply #16: Dec 29, 2017 09:34:32 pm
      That 100% won't happen without bringing somebody else in. Loaning those two out with no replacement leaves us with Firmino & Solanke, who hasn't scored a goal at this level.

      Solanke did score for us but the tw*t of a ref disallowed it.
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      Re: Daniel Sturridge (Southampton)
      Reply #17: Dec 29, 2017 09:46:02 pm
      That 100% won't happen without bringing somebody else in. Loaning those two out with no replacement leaves us with Firmino & Solanke, who hasn't scored a goal at this level.

      Could always recall Origi....
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      Re: Daniel Sturridge (Southampton)
      Reply #18: Dec 29, 2017 09:49:52 pm

      Not if there isn't an option to do so in the loan agreement.
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      Re: Daniel Sturridge (Southampton)
      Reply #19: Dec 29, 2017 10:24:37 pm
      Solanke did score for us but the tw*t of a ref disallowed it.

      Because it was hand ball 🙄
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      Re: Daniel Sturridge (Southampton)
      Reply #20: Dec 30, 2017 01:15:58 am
      Personally I’d keep him until the summer. If we have a good run in Europe, get a good FA Cup run going too, we can’t risk being short on players. I know he’s unreliable but he might be fit to play and have a good impact on some games, for all we know, he could play just 2 more times this season, but if they are in Europe or the cup then he does have the scoring ability to be what puts us through to the next round.

      I’d let him go in the summer for sure but think we need to keep all the firepower we can, even if it’s just to kill games off and give Bobby bit of a rest.

      Ings hasn’t been part of the team for so long now, if anyone is to go be then it has to be him IMO.

      Agreed. The current lack of a viable alternative to Firmino along with Sturridge's proven ability to score goals doesn't justify a loan deal.

      Even if he only scores a few goals between now and the end of the season, it could be those goals that help us on our way in the cups or to a better position in the league and that's all it would take to make it worthwhile keeping him.

      IMO that comfortably outweighs the few mill we'd get in a loan fee plus the possibility of more game time (if he's fit).
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      Re: Daniel Sturridge (Southampton)
      Reply #21: Dec 30, 2017 10:07:54 am
      We have spent for too long holding on to Danny Sturridge, and it as stopped Liverpool searching in earnest for a much needed replacement, and has kept us looking for mere stopgaps... Had a magic season along side Suarez, and a Good season after his departure, but has never reached those heights since... We held on to him far to long, should have sold him at least two seasons ago... Hope Liverpool and Southampton can agree a price that will see him out the door so we can get on to finding that replacement 
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      Re: Daniel Sturridge (Southampton)
      Reply #22: Dec 30, 2017 12:11:48 pm
      Not yet.

      Not in the business of loaning players that could help us for the sake of helping another team.

      Put the money up or look to move him on next season.
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      Re: Daniel Sturridge (Southampton)
      Reply #23: Dec 30, 2017 12:50:49 pm
      Plus, imagine we loan him out for the rest of the season and he picks up an injury that sidelines him into the new season? That’s at least another season with him doing nothing.

      I mean I hope that wouldn’t happen to him but I’m pretty sure we as a club at the minute are tailoring his training to avoid it, Southampton’s methods might be a lil different and we know from experience he’s made of glass...
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      Re: Daniel Sturridge (Southampton)
      Reply #24: Dec 30, 2017 01:03:36 pm
      Not yet.

      Not in the business of loaning players that could help us for the sake of helping another team.

      Put the money up or look to move him on next season.

      All day for me.

      You want him? Pay up.

      Simple.
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      Re: Daniel Sturridge (Southampton)
      Reply #25: Dec 30, 2017 01:04:31 pm
      Not yet.

      Not in the business of loaning players that could help us for the sake of helping another team.

      Put the money up or look to move him on next season.
      Yet loaning him to Southampton gives them more chance to get points from Arsenal.
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      Re: Daniel Sturridge (Southampton)
      Reply #26: Dec 30, 2017 01:58:14 pm
      Agree that we should hang on to him, if possible.

      But if he is to go, shaft Southampton like they shafted us.
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      Re: Daniel Sturridge (Southampton)
      Reply #27: Dec 30, 2017 09:17:41 pm
      Get rid ASAP he's made of glass and will never come right for us again.
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      Re: Daniel Sturridge (Southampton)
      Reply #28: Dec 31, 2017 01:09:42 am
      I agree it would be silly to loan Daniel.  It only makes sense to sell him all out, no loans.  Ings on the other hand could be considered for a loan.
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      Re: Daniel Sturridge (Southampton)
      Reply #29: Dec 31, 2017 01:38:43 am
      If it was up to me I would keep him around until the end of the season and look to move him then but if a club wants to overpay (30m-40m) then I wouldn't be against selling him during the winter transfer window.

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