Daniel Andre Sturridge is an English professional footballer who played as a striker and is currently a free agent.
The ex-Liverpool star is being sued by a man who discovered his stolen dog in Los Angeles two years ago.
Around then, Sturridge made a supplication via web-based media after his dearest Pomeranian canine named Lucci, who is worth £4,000, was taken after his home was burgled in July 2019, with nags additionally taken.
The footballer guaranteed a compensation of £26,000 ($30,000) to whoever tracked down the pet and guess what, Foster Washington, the man professing to have discovered the dog, is presently filing another lawsuit stating that Daniel Sturridge actually owes him the award cash, according to a report by TMZ Sports.
The report subtleties that Washington says he discovered Lucci in the city after the robbery in July 2019 before contacting the footballer, anticipating the award as a trade-off for discovering his dog.
In any case, Washington disclosed that Sturridge has not paid him a dime, so he’s currently suing over claims that Daniel Sturridge breached an agreement by not satisfying the prize offer.
The young man went ahead to call out Daniel Sturridge for failing to fulfill his promise.