Daniel Sturridge ‘open to MLS move’ as former Liverpool striker ‘dreams of developing his music label in the US’ when he quits football
- Daniel Sturridge could go to the US as he prepares his next move in football
- The former Liverpool striker has been without a club since leaving Trabzonspor
- The 30-year suspension for breaking the betting rules ended in June
- Sturridge founded his music label Dudley Road Records in the UK in 2017
Daniel Sturridge is reportedly open to moving to the United States while developing his music label in the United States.
The former Liverpool striker has been without a club since his contract with Trabzonspor was ended by mutual consent in March.
He was suspended from all football-related activities worldwide until mid-June for breaking the betting rules, but is now free to find another club.
Former Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge is reportedly open to moving to the United States
The 30-year-old has kept fit by working with a sports coach in the United States
And, associated with a move to MLS parties Inter Miami and DC United in May, it seems that a move to the US is at stake, as Sturridge is considering the next step in his career when he hangs his boots.
It is in the US that he dreams of developing his music label, he said L’Equipe.
Sturridge founded his own music label, Dudley Road Records, in the UK in 2017 and was able to expand it further by crossing the Atlantic.
The French newspaper also claims that he is open to the idea of joining a top match in Ligue 1 and has already been approached by Italian club Benevento.
Sturridge was released by Liverpool last summer after more than six years with the club
Sturridge has been without a club since being suspended for betting offenses
On a move to Inter Miami, the 30-year-old partner would bond with David Beckham, the franchise partially owned by the former England captain.
Sturridge has remained sharp during the lockdown period working with a sports coach in the United States.
The former English striker made the switch to Turkey last summer after his contract with Liverpool expired, and he proved a success, scoring seven times in just 16 appearances.