£15m Liverpool Forward Offered To Newcastle United Amid Reports Of Super Lig Move

Liverpool forward Daniel Sturridge has been offered to Newcastle United according to the Chronicle Live.

Per the source, the Magpies have not forgotten about the striker’s snub six-months ago.

The striker was set to join the Premier League outfit after a loan deal had been agreed in principle between Jurgen Klopp and Benitez.

Sturridge pulled the plug to join Newcastle in a last minute decision in January joining West Brom instead, where he failed to score a single goal.

The 28-year-old is no longer a priority for Newcastle manager Rafa Benitez.

Liverpool are prepared to sell Sturridge over the summer but want £15 million despite the player having just 12 months left on his contract.

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The report claims that his agent has offered him to a number of clubs including Sevilla, Besiktas and Fenerbahce.

The Times. also reported that the Yellow Canaries have expressed an interest in Sturridge.

The Istanbul based ooutfitwould be keen on a negotiating a lower transfer fee but would be able to cover his £100,000 a-week wages.

Fenerbahce finished the season as runners-up and have booked a place in the Champions League play-off stage.

The Istanbul based outfit have made signing a new forward a transfer priority this summer.

The Yellow Canaries sold Fernandao and Vincent Janssen has returned to Tottenham leaving Soldado as the sole forward.