Sturridge will always have that sense of "what if" about him, no question the ability is there but definitely had his time with us hampered by injuries. Watching his goals back, you can see he has really lost that explosiveness and sharpness. But he's played a massive part this season whilst playing very little football, a few massively important goals.
Not sure where he will end up but wherever he goes, if he can stay injury free then he could still have a successful end to his career. A player who's attitude can't be faulted, even went out on loan to West Brom to put himself in a better position. Lots of players who go from being a backup player when fit after being a massively important player at one stage would have thrown their toys out the pram so credit to him.
Moreno on the other hand, I don't think there is any coincidence that he hasn't seen a single minute of play since he done that interview to the Spanish(?) media, bitching and complaining about Klopp and his lack of football before the turn of the year. Seems to be a good fit with the lads but we are well shot of him, nothing but a disaster of a player who made it quite clear early on that he didn't have what it takes to be a success in the Premier League. Expect he will go off to a mid table La Liga team...failing that, would probably be pretty decent at athletics, he's pretty rapid.
I'd like to say both players played their part but IMO, Moreno done far more harm than good.