The Sturridge dance could well be on the way to Glasgow...
Liverpool’s Daniel Sturridge has had his odds decisively slashed on a summer switch to Rangers, following a spate of bets over the last week.
The striker’s odds have been cut from 16/1 into just 6/4 to join the Glasgow giants in this summer’s transfer window.
That’s due to a heavy influx of wagers on Sturridge swapping Merseyside for Govan, with 64% of all bets on the striker’s move backing Ibrox as his next destination.
Elsewhere, behind Steven Gerrard’s team in the market are Aston Villa (2/1), any MLS club at 3/1 and former Premier League champions Leicester (7/1).
If successful, Sturridge and Gerrard could be reunited once again, but this time not for Premier League glory, but instead stopping Celtic winning 10 Scottish Premiership titles consecutively.
Gerrard has previously publically lauded the star as the “Best English player” he’s played with, and of course, came within touching distance of winning Liverpool’s first ever domestic league title.
Oddschecker spokesperson Callum Wilson: "Steven Gerrard will be desperate to shatter Celtic's Scottish sovereignty, and his old Liverpool mucker could be the final piece of Rangers' puzzle.
"If he stays fit and hungry, Sturridge could be Stevie G's ticket into the Gers' folklore."