Sturridge, who was not featured in Sunday's Merseyside derby due to a slight hamstring injury, has been able to avoid injuries for the majority of the season, with Jurgen Klopp stating that the 28-year-old is in the best physical condition he has seen since taking over.
Now, with a World Cup on the horizon, Sturridge is desperate to secure regular first team football and could be afforded the opportunity to do so by Valencia and Betis.
Though none of the four are traditional centre-forwards like Sturridge, they have all proved to be prolific goalscorers at Liverpool.
Chelsea book Barcelona, PSG face Real Madrid
The Round of 16 draw is done and there are several mouth-watering clashes to look forward to. For sure, we have to improve our finishing and be more clinical.
Sturridge may not be the only Liverpool player out the exit door.
In UEFA Champions League and Premier League action so far this term, the quartet have netted a combined 45 goals.
La Liga sides Real Betis and Valencia are set to be looking at the England global, who has made just a handful of Premier League starts so far this season.
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