Former Liverpool star and playmaker, Daniel Sturridge, has tracked down another home after over a year from football.
Daniel Sturridge has finished paperwork for A-League group Perth Glory, the club declared on Thursday, September 30, 2021.
Sturridge hasn’t contended in an expert match since 2020 in the midst of injury concerns and a betting rule infringement.
Presently sound, the 32-year-old will hope to invigorate in Australia, where authorities are calling him one of the country’s greatest signings.
This is what Daniel Sturridge had to say in an interview with thye club’s website;
”It’s fantastic opportunity to try a new challenge. When the opportunity came about, it felt like the right thing to do, to take my talent somewhere where I can enjoy my football in a competitive league and try and help the team be a successful as they possibly can be.
I’m going to put my best foot forward, work hard and try and help the team win each game that comes by and then we’ll see where we end up when the season finishes. I can’t wait to play at HBF Park and hopefully put a smile on a lot of faces.”
Meanwhile, according to the former Inter Milan manager, Antonio Conte, Chelsea have woefully failed to “figure out the way to utilize” Romelu Lukaku. This he said while addressing Thomas Tuchel’s strategic methodology.
The Belgium playmaker and striker returned to Stamford Bridge for his second spell the mid year transfer window in a whopping £98 million bargain.
Romelu Lukaku set it all up in west London with a goal against Arsenal on introduction and four endeavors in his initial four appearances, however has since gone four games without scoring a single goal.
This is what Conte had to say in an interview with Sky Sport Italia;
”I think he can still do better, above all with his technique. He is already at a high level, but a player must keep improving until the day he retires.
During the game, there are moments when Lukaku needs to be turned on, but other than that he is one of the toughest forwards to play against, because he can do damage in any area of the pitch.
If you have a cantre-forward like that, you need to use him and I don’t think Chelsea have quite figured out how to use him yet.
Last season, they didn’t have a proper centre-forward, so they rotated positions, whereas Romelu is a real reference point in attack. If they can figure out how to use Lukaku, then Chelsea can become the team to beat in the Champions League this season.”