The transfer deadline day provides fans of football all over the world a bizarre night with wild stories that make little to no sense.
However, among all such stories a couple may actually be true which might have huge impact on the club the story is linked to.
One such story that is doing the rounds in the fag end of the deadline day is Liverpool’s star striker linked with a move to Arsenal.
England international Daniel Sturridge is understood to be unsettled at the club after falling down the pecking order to Roberto Firmino and Divock Origi and is now reportedly offered to Arsenal on a loan deal.
Reports earlier today have also suggested that bookies have slashed the odds against Arsenal signing the Liverpool man and as time ticks by, it looks more and more like the 26-year old will be moving away from Liverpool this summer.
In the recent game at the White Hart Lane, Sturridge was given just over 5 minutes on the pitch and a picture of him in disgust over his place in the squad was doing the rounds in social media.
Though the prolific goalscorer made fun of the picture asking people to caption it on his Instagram page, it now looks like the Reds are ready to let go of the striker who has had his fair share of problems.
Sturridge has not been able to keep himself fit in crunch time for Liverpool who have already been effected by the lack of his game time in the previous seasons.
He though has not picked up those many injuries under Klopp, he is still far away from being fit enough to lead the line for the whole season and it does not come as a surprise that Klopp wants to off loan him.
Danny Ings is another player who is in the squad at the a club and it was reported that Liverpool rejected offers from 8 clubs for the England international for a move this summer.
And it is now said that Klopp wants Ings to play a part in the squad this season and is happy for Sturridge to leave on loan before the deadline day.
However, no real talks between the two clubs have progressed yet and it is a wait for the Liverpool fans till the deadline to see if Sturridge stays at the club next season.
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