Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge still has a future at the club according to manager Jurgen Klopp, as reported in Sky Sports.
The 28-year-old has been at Anfield since 2013 but has struggled with injuries throughout his career.
The England international was sent out on loan to West Bromwich Albion for the second half of last season but only made six appearances for the Baggies during his spell at the club.
According to the report, the striker is a transfer target for Sevilla and Besiktas and it was thought that his time at Anfield may be coming to a close, but Klopp has insisted he has a future at Liverpool if he wants it.
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Even though Sturridge has enjoyed many fantastic moments at Liverpool, as well as impressing in pre-season, it’s surely time for Liverpool to bid a fond farewell to the striker.
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His injury record means he cannot provide Klopp with regular assurance and his wage of £120,000 per week and his valuation of £13.5million on Transfermarkt show that they could free up a fair chunk of money if they offloaded him this summer.