Liverpool striker opens door for switch to Arsenal

Sturridge disclosed in a Q&A with Reds Indian fans that he is a childhood supporter of Arsenal, hinting a possible switch to the Emirates

Daniel Sturridge was born in Birmingham 25 years ago, 98 miles away from Liverpool via train.

Since joining Liverpool from Chelsea in 2013, having spent two year on loan at Bolton, he has become a hero at Anfield.

Though injury has caused a setback to him this season, Sturridge remains a key component to Brendan Rodger’s plans for a better Liverpool

Sturridge however, revealed in a Q & A session with Liverpool’s Indian fans that he is and has been a childhood fan of Arsenal.

His revelation may just open up a door for switch to Arsenal.

He also confirmed Drake as his best rapper.


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