Daniel Sturridge is edging closer to a move away from Liverpool as he looks to revive his career.
The England attacker has fallen out of favour at Anfield under Jurgen Klopp as the German manager is unimpressed by his constant injuries. He last started a game for Liverpool in their 1-1 draw against Chelsea.
Sturridge hopes to play for England in the World Cup later this year and knows only regular football can give him that opportunity.
Liverpool are looking to sell him permanently, however, that is proving difficult as all his suitors are looking for temporary deals. The Reds have slapped a £30 million price tag on his head.
Reports in Italy are claiming Liverpool have finally accepted Inter Milan’s proposal of a loan deal with the option of making the transfer permanent after six months. Per the source, Inter Milan will pay a loan fee of £2 million to take him on loan this month, and pay £28 million after this season to make the transfer permanent.
Daniel Sturridge reportedly favours a move abroad a decision that has disappointed the likes of Newcastle and West Ham who were looking to take him on loan this month.
Spanish sides, Sevilla are also interested but it is unclear at the moment if they would match Inter’s offer.