The striker has left the club on loan after a poor season at Anfield.
Daniel Sturridge says he is excited about the future. But what will the Reds be aiming for next term?
Liverpool nearly ended their 24-year wait for a league title last term, but eventually finished second to Premier League winners Manchester City.
Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge put club and national rivalry aside as Arsenal and Germany's Lukas Podolski lifted the World Cup.
Now with Suarez gone, the onus will be on Sturridge to supply Liverpool's goals.
The Reds have been linked with a number of different strikers, all of which would represent the wrong move.
For Daniel Sturridge there was an element of hat-doffing as Miroslav Klose surpassed a record set by the Englishman's strike hero.
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Luis Suarez seemingly on his way, Iago Aspas out of favour whilst Sturridge and Lambert are afforded a little more time off, it's a chance for Borini to impress.
Only two strikers at the club seem to have any real certainty, and one of them has just signed.
Fabio Borini has not been prolific during his loan spell at Sunderland, but may have done just enough to merit a chance at Liverpool next season.
Chelsea, Everton, Manchester City, Southampton & Liverpool all represented on PFA Team of the Year list. Manchester United are notable for their absence.
Daniel Sturridge's strike against Sunderland means for the first time in 50 years, the Reds have two players who have scored 20 league goals in a season.