England international striker Daniel Sturridge has become increasingly frustrated with his limited playing time at Anfield and is ready to leave Liverpool in search for regular first-team action.
The Mirror reports that the 27-year-old is ready to quit the Merseyside club as he fails to move up the pecking order ahead of Divock Origi and Roberto Firmino, adding that Liverpool would be open to selling their striker for £28 million.
A number of clubs have reportedly been alerted, with West Ham and Stoke City believed to be leading the way for Sturridge.
Hammers are particularly struggling for goals this season and are believed to be in the front row for the Liverpool forward. Stoke City have already added Wilfried Bony on loan from Manchester City, but still remain keen on Sturridge.
Daniel Sturridge has found the back of the net four times this season with all of his goals coming in the EFL Cup.
The 27-year-old England international has sent a clear message to Jurgen Klopp last week when he scored a header in a England’s 3-0 victory over Scotland in the World Cup qualifier.