sport news Daniel Sturridge targets return to Premier League as he searches for new club

'I've always loved playing in the Premier League… I do feel I have unfinished business': Daniel Sturridge targets return to England as ex-Liverpool and Chelsea striker looks for new club after betting ban Daniel Sturridge is currently without a club after serving four-month betting ban His contract with Turkish club Trabzonspor was terminated back in March Former England striker has been in Los Angeles since keeping up his fitness Ex-Manchester City, Liverpool and Chelsea man favours Premier League move Sturridge said offers had come in from clubs in all parts of the world 

By Adam Shergold for MailOnline

Published: 08:04 BST, 11 August 2020 | Updated: 10:04 BST, 11 August 2020

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Daniel Sturridge wants to play in the Premier League again with the former Liverpool and Chelsea striker believing he has 'unfinished business' there.

The ex-England international has been without a club since leaving Turkish side Trabzonspor in March after being handed a four-month ban for breaching betting rules.

Sturridge, 30, has since been based in Los Angeles keeping up his fitness as he awaits the right offer.

Daniel Sturridge has targeted a return to the Premier League having served his betting ban

Daniel Sturridge has targeted a return to the Premier League having served his betting ban 

The 30-year-old has been keeping fit by working with a sports coach over in the States

The 30-year-old has been keeping fit by working with a sports coach over in the States

And though he says there has been interest from clubs all over the world, a return to Premier League football would be his preference.

'We have options around the world but I'm an English player and I've always loved playing in the Premier League,' Sturridge told Sky Sports.

'I believe I've got a lot to give to the Premier League and I would say that's my first choice.

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