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Ex-Liverpool Striker Daniel Sturridge Has Been Reunited with His Stolen Dog Lucci

Ex-Liverpool Striker Daniel Sturridge Has Been Reunited with His Stolen Dog Lucci

Former Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge has been reunited with his stolen dog Lucci, after a plea on social media.

The England international took to Twitter and Instagram last week to make it public that his pooch had been allegedly stolen from his house in Los Angeles, as the 29-year-old enjoyed his summer break.

However, according to the Liverpool Echo, Sturridge has now been reunited with Lucci after his social media appeal, in which he promised a significant reward for the dog’s safe return.

Now, it seems Lucci is back in the arms of her loving owner, with no harm done to the missing canine:

So, Sturridge can get back to concentrating on football once again, but where will he be plying his trade come August?

He’s been linked with a reunion with Steven Gerrard at Rangers next season, but where do you think he’ll end up?

Let us know in the comments section below…

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