Daniel Sturridge who is now a free agent after leaving earlier this month at the expiration of his contract at Anfield has been the victim of a burglary crime in Los Angeles.
Sturridge who has been linked with a move to Aston Villa this summer revealed this via an emotional message he shared on both his Instagram and Twitter accounts.
The striker who felt disgusted with the crime shared a video of his crib showing a shattered glass door, an evidence that his home had been burgled.
The English man in the shared clip said he was willing to give anything to anyone who could give valuable information concerning the theft of his dog.
Sturridge was visibly pissed that someone would come into his place with the aim of picking up his dog, something he felt was nastier than picking up material possessions.
Comments by fans on social media micro blogging space, Twitter suggested that he did a John Wick on the criminals.
John Wick acted by popular actor of the Matrix and Terminator, Keanu Reeves went on a killing spree – in the movie, John Wick – inspired by the killing of his dog who had been given to him by his dead wife.
Sturridge was sent out on loan last season by Jurgen Klopp where he played for West Albrowich Albion.
The English International looks many touches far adrift of his peak, when he formed a deadly partnership with Luis Suarez in front of goal in the 2014 campaign.
Only 29 years old, his career has been hampered by serial injuries which have robbed him of playing time or any growth as a striker.