Sturridge suspended, fined $100,000 for gambling breach
Longtime Liverpool striker and current free agent Daniel Sturridge has been fined nearly $100,000 and suspended six weeks for breaking English betting rules.
Four of those weeks will be suspended, and Sturridge is eligible to return to the field on July 31.
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The BBC reports that the soon-to-be 30-year-old was found guilty of passing on news of a potential transfer in January 2018.
Sturridge scored 25 goals with nine assists for the Reds in 2013-14, but collected just 32 and 12 in the following five campaigns. He’s played around 1500 minutes total over the past two seasons.
He’s been linked with loads of destinations, including Bologna, Rangers, Aston Villa, and Inter Milan.