Boss Alan Pardew: Daniel Sturridge arrival is a 'coup' for West Brom

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Sturridge, born in Birmingham, told the official West Brom website: "There were many things in deciding on this move".

Newcastle United have made an enquiry to Liverpool FC about the possibility of signing Daniel Sturridge on loan until the end of the season, according to reports in the British media.

Newcastle are understood to be furious as they believed a deal had been agreed, with manager Rafa Benitez speaking to the England striker.

"He is a natural striker".

He took to Twitter and wrote: "I can see Liverpool bringing in another striker now they have shifted big wages off the bill".

'The custody of this club is in mine and John Williams' hands.

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Not only were Toon fans upset at missing out on Sturridge's arrival but not afraid to let rip at the club's hierarchy for continually falling short in the transfer window. Mascherano's nickname was said to have derived because the "Ma" in Mascherano sounds similar to the word in Chinese for pony.

"If they had taken those chances then the player who are providing those chances would then continue to try and take them". With the immediate aim of a recall to the England team, he has hopes of finding a new club next summer but needs to prove his fitness first.

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'This club is run by John Williams and he knows enough about this business and our finances to know that Daniel comes under that. He sees in us a potential to move his career forward in this period we're together'.

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Since then, though, Sturridge has been saddled with the widespread popular belief - hardly discouraged by boss Jurgen Klopp - that he was unprepared to break the pain barrier, too easily succumbing to niggles which most professionals would gladly suffer.

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