Former Liverpool star Daniel Sturridge has landed in another tragedy again, MySportDab reports.
The England international and former Chelsea striker has had difficulties with his football career over recent years.
Sturridge was one of the top strikers in the Premier League before his career suddenly took a twist for the worse.
The 32-year-old played for the Reds for over 6 years, managing 67 goals in 160 appearances for the team before settling for a loan deal with West Brom in the 2017-18 Premier League season.
In 2019, he joined a Turkish side Trabzonspor as a free agent, where the epic decline in his football career gathered momentum.
For four months, he was banned from anything related to football for breaching betting rules – an incident that threw his career into shambles.
The former Manchester City striker joined an Australian side, Perth Glory, in the 2021-22 football season in a bid to resurrect his career before another mayhem visits him.
His spell at Perth Glory was marred with injury, and MySportDab learns that the Australian side have released him as his contract with the club has expired.
MySportDab also learns that Perth Glory finished the league campaign at the bottom of the table, winning only four matches from 26 games.
MySportDab also learned that Sturridge started only one of the six games he played for Perth Glory and did not score a goal for the team.
Before this epic decline, Sturridge was one of the Premier League’s top strikers. Brendan Rodgers nearly lifted the Premier League trophy with the striking force of Sturridge, Suarez and Raheem Sterling.
Sturridge netted 21 times for the Reds that season and was part of Roy Hodgson’s England 2014 World Cup squad.
The ending of Daniel Sturridge’s contract by Perth Glory, coupled with his injury challenges, may be a great tragedy for his already dwindling career.