Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge could find himself at Inter soon according to a report from Turin based newspaper Tuttosport.
The Englishman has struggled to secure a regular starting berth in the Liverpool team this season and with a view to making the England World Cup squad could be open to moving elsewhere to secure his place in Gareth Southgate’s squad. Inter are currently evaluating the situation concerning the 28-year-old amid looking at a whole host of other names.
Corriere dello Sport echo Tuttosport’s report confirming Inter’s interest in Sturridge but have revealed a potential stumbling block. Inter are limited to free transfers or loan deals due to Financial Fair Play but Liverpool only want to sell the former Manchester City and Chelsea striker outright.
Sturridge has made 14 appearances -just five of which are starts – in all competitions this term for the Merseyside based club scoring three times and assisting just as many.