Liverpool Sign Chelsea Striker Daniel Sturridge for Undisclosed Fee: The Daily EPL

A busy day in the January transfer today in England as Demba Ba appears to be on his way to Chelsea, while Liverpool has announced that they’ve signed Chelsea striker Daniel Sturridge for an undisclosed fee.

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6 thoughts on “Liverpool Sign Chelsea Striker Daniel Sturridge for Undisclosed Fee: The Daily EPL”

  1. Liverpool’s transfer policy of buying overhyped British players has started. Sturridge couldn’t get into Chelsea’s first team yet Liverpool paid 12 million for him. Next in will be Ince, another average player.

  2. Bye Bye Sturridge, you were never chelsea quality.You are a selfish, self centered player who does not like to track back, who hates passing and who shoots without looking up… Oh btw Chelsea made 9 million profit off this sale so goodbye and good riddance!

  3. Rodgers has signed Allan, Borini, Sturridge and possibly Ince none of which are going to strike fear into the top 5-6 teams. They keep talking about getting rid of joe cole but when you pay Inflated wages on average players it’s always going to be hard to shift them just ask Man City.

    1. Joe Allen, Fabio Borini and Daniel Sturridge are not average players, by any means.

      Borini has been injured most of this season, but was sensational for Roma and Swansea. Joe Allen has been a rock in midfield for Liverpool, while Sturridge will prove to be a smart signing by the Reds.

      The Gaffer

      1. Also to that point:

        They are also all very young players. They may not strike fear in opposition quite yet, but they have a few years to build up that reputation. Even if one two of those four turn out to be up to quality, it’s worth the risk.

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