Former Liverpool defender Phil Thompson has claimed that the club are looking to sell Daniel Sturridge.
The striker has been unable to return to playing regular football amid a series of injuries and claims that he has a low pain threshold.
Reds boss Jurgen Klopp is said to be running out of patience with the twenty-six year old, who has only made a handful of appearances since the German manager took over from Brendan Rodgers in early October.
His last outing was as a second half substitute against Newcastle United almost two months ago and there are no signs that he will be returning to action any time soon.
And that has led Thompson to speak out on the striker’s situation and he has said that FSG will be looking to see how much they can get for the forward.
“There’s only so far you can go with Sturridge.” he told the Mirror.
“You can’t build a team around him. You can’t even build a forward line around him.
“It’s hard to envisage going forward with a player like that.
“I think they will be looking at him, how many minutes he played, how old he is, wondering how much they can get for him.” he finished.