JURGEN KLOPP has hinted that Daniel Sturridge will remain at Anfield next season.
The England striker has been linked with moves away since he’s dropped down the pecking order under Jurgen Klopp.
Both Roberto Firmino and Divock Origi have been preferred in the centre-forward role this campaign.
And Starsport understands that West Ham were looking to bring the 27-year-old to the London Stadium next season to improve their attacking options.
But in an interview with the Times, Klopp seemed impressed by Sturridge and hinted he’d like him to remain at Anfield.
“A fit Sturridge is an unbelievable player,” he said.
“That’s a pity of the situation, not often enough but he’s now fit, spot on, trained two or three weeks.”
And when asked if Sturridge had a future at Liverpool, Klopp replied: “Of course.”