​Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has grown tired of Daniel Sturridge's persistent injury woes this season and is prepared to cash in for £25m on the England international.

​The Mirror believe the German boss has become 'increasingly frustrated' by the former Chelsea striker's record on the sidelines, which results in the player allegedly unable to train consistently for 'nine or ten days'.

Sturridge has already proven himself extremely valuable at Anfield and well worth waiting around for when is fit, judging him on the 21 goals he notched during the 2013/14 season; when Liverpool came inches away from winning the title. 

However, it seems as though Klopp is losing his tether with Sturridge and would rather sell him for the £25m he values him at, and use the money to recruit a forward with better fitness levels, who will guarantee him less injuries and more goals.


The ex-Dortmund boss spoke last week about Sturridge's situation, admitting the Englishman has 'some problems'.

"Daniel had some problems, not serious, but could not make a session and we had to wait a day,” Klopp said.

"It is how a pre-season can be. Some little things happen and we have to handle this. It is not a row of sessions and we say 'Now we are here and go...'"

Klopp stressed that he would be picked for Liverpool duty if and when he proves he is fully fit, but claims he is unable to do so at present due to his continual breaking down in training.

“When he is fit, we will pick him, but at this moment because he didn't have one session with the team he's not available.

"I will pick him when he is ready, I will not hold him back. Because he didn't have one session with the team it was not the usual plan for this week.”