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Biggest transfer in ISL’s history, Daniel Sturridge in talks to join Jamshedpur FC

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This could be the biggest transfer in the Indian Super League history. Daniel Sturridge has been interviewed by Jamshedpur FC‘s manager. Daniel Sturridge who is without any club since 2020.

Sturridge has played for the biggest teams in the world like Manchester City, Liverpool FC, and Chelsea FC. Sturridge has played under Owen Coyle in 2010/11 and Sturridge also has a soft side for Owen.

Daniel has not played any professional football in the past one and half years, because of which no club has even approached him. Sturridge currently has a market value of 16crs. This is very high for ISL, but it is still something that can be achieved.

Daniel Sturridge in talks with Jamshedpur FC

Sturridge Transfer to Jamshedpur that can change the entire Indian football market

Daniel Sturridge the name itself is enough to break the Indian football market. If Sturridge joins Jamshedpur FC and manages to play like he used to. Then it is almost assured that the whole world would be paying attention to him once again. This move will also give a massive amount of publicity to ISL.

Sturridge has played for the biggest English teams and has 217 appearances in the English Premier League. Sturridge has also won prestigious titles like the Champions League, The FA Cup, and the Premier League trophy. The achievements only elites can achieve.

On the other hand, Jamshedpur FC which was founded in 2017 is still in search of their first ISL trophy. And if Sturridge shakes hands with Owen Coyle, then they might become one of the strongest teams in ISL. This is still not 100 percent assured that Sturridge would join the Red Miners. But if it happens then it would be a revolution of its own kind.

The last club where Sturridge was playing was paying him a salary of 16cr but for now, it would have been reduced. As he is not playing for any professional team. So there is still a good hope that this transfer rumour might turn into a reality.

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