Daniel Sturridge finalising loan move from Liverpool, has been signed to the West Bromwich side.
The 28-year-old in a £3.8 million loan deal chose West Brom over Newcastle and Serie A side Inter Milan.
“This is a big coup for us. He has fantastic talent,” West Brom boss, Alan Pardew said.
He said: “I hope our fans can understand that we are fighting to stay in the Premier League, not just on the pitch but in the market place as well.”
“This is a big coup for us and I speak for my staff and my players and say ‘thank you’ to Daniel for agreeing to assist us in League and Cup.”
Liverpool will receive a £2 million loan fee, while West Brom will pay all his wages amounting to £1.8 million for his temporary contract.
Sturridge will be eligible to play for West Brom in their FA Cup fifth-round tie at home to Southampton.
See below the record of Daniel Sturridge as shown on West Brom’s official twitter page.
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