The Kop star, called up last week by Three Lions boss Roy Hodgson for the matches against Germany and Holland, was at the centre of a blazing row last season.
Brendan Rodgers was fuming when £12million Sturridge, 26, came back crocked from international duty.
The then-Liverpool boss claimed the thigh injury the former Chelsea star picked up in training “could have been preventable”.
In the fall-out that followed, Hodgson was forced to deny that club and country were at loggerheads over the issue.
But current Reds boss Klopp has given his blessing to Sturridge’s call-up for the friendlies.
And he expects no special treatment despite the forward’s poor injury record at Anfield.