On-loan West Bromwich Albion striker Daniel Sturridge has reportedly ruled out until April following with a hamstring injury.
The 28-year-old striker has joined the Baggies from the Merseyside Reds back in January to help West Brom to survive in the relegation battle.
However, England international forward has limped off just three minutes into Albion’s 3–0 defeat to Chelsea back on February 12 and has played just 77 minutes for them since his exit from Liverpool.
According to The Mirror, Sturridge is now set to be out injured for at least a month and won’t be fit for until April.
The Baggies are currently seven points adrift as they have only won just one game in 14 under Alan Pardew.
Meanwhile, Atletico Madrid president Enrique Cerezo has suggested that 25-year-old goalkeeper Jan Oblak will remain at Wanda Metropolitano, amid interest from hosts of European giants.
The Slovenia international stopper has been touted as a possible summer transfer target for Liverpool and Arsenal while PSG also keeping tabs on his signature.
According to Cerezo, though, fresh terms appear to have been agreed to keep Oblak in the Spanish capital, with Marca claim that Slovenian keeper will stay at Wanda Metropolitano until 2021.
“I believe Oblak has renewed, in case you didn’t know,” he told the Spanish outlet.