TV personalist, Karren Brady has reportedly laid her claims on her on version of saying Liverpool striker, Daniel Sturridge possessing just as much as talent as Tottenham star Harry kane.
The Liverpool forward has further faced a drop in the pecking order since the arrival of Jurgen Klopp in the team, as he could only be able to start three games from seven games for the Merseysiders this season.
The Former Chelsea man plays more games for his country than his club when he is fit. Brady talked about the talents in which he possess, which made her compare his style to that of Spurs forward – the spurs fans won’t be happy about the comparism.
Stating her own fact in the Sun, Brady flourishes praises on Kane goalscoring, claiming that the England striker brings in the old-school style of a striker as he is built from hard work and common sense, which made him the better striker he is now.
Speaking about he view of how pricey the transfer market has been, she said: “Some of us thought Manchester United’s £89million for midfielder Paul Pogba and City’s £50m for right-back Kyle Walker were signs the market pecking order was levelling out.
“Then up popped Paris Saint-Germain to splash out £360m on forwards Neymar and Kylian Mbappe. The old order had readjusted.
“Entertainment was again rewarded ahead of industry. Clean sheets are loved by coaches, football educators and teams who can’t score.
“I guess that’s why so many people like to watch Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool — they are full of swashbucklers.
“Even Daniel Sturridge, perhaps the only English striker with Kane’s talent, is seen far more often in one of those comfy seats that have replaced the old-style bench than on the field.”
Sturridge might not be getting anywhere far in the Klopp’s sqaud after the participating in a dissapointing draw against Newscastle on Sunday, which may see him dropped further down in the pecking order.
It be wise for both sides, if Sturridge is get to get himself a loan or a permanent deal away from Anfield which is seen as the only chance of getting himself a first team role elsewhere.