Daniel Sturridge has joined West Bromwich Albion on a loan spell for the remaining quarter of the season.
The deal was confirmed and announced on the West Brom’s official website on Monday night.
Sturridge has played just just nine of the Reds’ 24 league games, scoring two goals and has since not made it to the starting line up and has struggled for regular playing time.
“England striker Daniel Sturridge has joined Albion on loan for the remainder of the 2017/18 Premier League season,” West Brom’s announced on their official website on Monday night.
“The 28-year-old Liverpool forward adds further strength to Alan Pardew’s attacking options for the final 14 fixtures of the league campaign.
“He is also eligible to play for Albion in the Emirates FA Cup having not featured for the Reds in this year’s competition.
“Birmingham-born Sturridge arrives at The Hawthorns with a prolific goalscoring record. He has 74 Premier League goals to his name in just 114 top-flight starts and has netted on 27 occasions in cup competitions.”