Former Liverpool and Chelsea striker Daniel Sturridge has been released by Australian club Perth Glory after playing less than 140 minutes of football in an injury-blighted campaign.
The 32-year-old England international started only one of the six games he played and failed to find the net as Glory finished bottom of the 12-team A-League with four wins from 26 matches.
Sturridge was one of six players to leave Glory on Friday, the day after former Australia midfielder Ruben Zadkovich was named coach for the next two seasons.
Former Ireland striker Andy Keogh, whose goals helped Glory to the 2018-19 championship final, has retired and will take up a role as head of recruitment, the club said.
Perth Glory has confirmed the departure of Daniel Sturridge. Let’s recap his best moments from last season 👊 pic.twitter.com/68YsboLEee
— ALM (@TheRealALM) June 3, 2022