Liverpool are prepared to sell Daniel Sturridge this month - but they want £30million for the striker. The 28-year-old frontman has informed the Reds that he wants to leave during the current window in order to secure the regular action required to force his way into England’s World Cup squad. Jurgen Klopp remains keen for Sturridge to stay for the rest of the season but will grant him his wish if Liverpool receive an offer which they believe matches his value. As it stands Sturridge isn’t available for loan with the Reds only considering a permanent move. That position could change later in the window if the asking price isn’t met and there’s a hefty loan fee on the table. Daniel Sturridge applauds (Image: John Powell/Liverpool FC via Getty Images) Southampton and West Ham have both been linked with the former Chelsea forward, who has found himself down the pecking order at Anfield this season. Sturridge, who returned to full training at Melwood this week after a hamstring injury, hasn’t featured since the victory over Spartak Moscow on December 6. He has only made five starts in all competitions this term with Klopp favouring Roberto Firmino in the central attacking role.