Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge agrees Inter Milan move

Daniel Sturridge is wanted by Inter

Daniel Sturridge is wanted by Inter

Spanish side Sevilla have not made an offer for Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge, with the Reds considering keeping him at the club this month.

The ECHO revealed last week that Liverpool are prepared to off-load Sturridge during the current window but they favour a permanent transfer rather than a loan.

Italian giants Inter Milan are willing to include such an option that would guarantee the Reds a fee in the summer so as things now stand, it sounds like Sturridge has the option of a move to Serie A or staying put at Anfield for the second half of the campaign.

The England worldwide has told the manager that he wants to leave in order to secure the regular action required to force his way into Gareth Southgate's World Cup squad.

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In England, the likes of Newcastle, Stoke, West Ham, Crystal Palace and more are said to have expressed an interest in Sturridge, but, somewhat surprisingly, the two leading contenders for his signature at this moment in time appear to be Inter Milan and Sevilla. Even if Sturridge prefers Sevilla, then, he may have no real choice.

The Liverpool striker has netted 63 in 133 appearances for the Reds and has proved to be one of the deadliest front men in England in the right environment.

Inter, who sit third in Serie A, already boast 18-goal top scorer Mauro Icardi but boss Luciano Spalletti is keen to further bolster his strikeforce.

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