Everton should consider making a move for Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge to bolster their attacking options.
It is safe to say that the forward’s career at Anfield is coming to an end as he is nowhere near breaking into Jurgen Klopp’s first team.
The 28-year-old’s style does not quite fit into the system implemented by the manager, who uses Roberto Firmino as a false 9.
Last month, The Telegraph reported that the Reds are willing to sell Sturridge for around £15m and there has been interest from Sevilla and Besiktas.
Everton are not in desperate need for a striker given that they have Cenk Tosun to lead the line, but there is always room for additional strength.
On paper, it may not look like the best move for the Toffees due to the striker’s extensive injury problems.
The England international tends to be sidelined for lengthy periods of time, which is less than ideal, but when fit, Sturridge can be deadly.
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The rivalry between Liverpool and Everton is a fierce one, so it could be controversial if the striker made the move across Stanley Park.
However, given that the ex-Chelsea man is not a regular feature in Klopp’s team, the transfer may not be that shocking.
If Everton can drive down the price, then Sturridge is certainly worth swooping for.