Liverpool Could Lose Another Star Player Following Euro Giants Interest
Liverpool sold Philippe Coutinho to Barcelona for £142 million last week.
Striker Daniel Sturridge could be next in line for an Anfield exit according to the latest reports emerging from the continent.
Sky in Italy report that Inter Milan are interested in signing Sturridge during the January transfer window.
The Serie A leaders are targeting players who need to play regularly ahead of the World Cup.
Sturridge is reportedly considering his options as he wants to make the England squad ahead of the World Cup in Russia.
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ESPN FC meanwhile report that Liverpool are prepared to listen to offers for Sturridge during the January transfer window.
Per the source, Southampton and West Ham are also interested.
Reigning Super Lig champions Besiktas are also considering Sturridge as a replacement for Cenk Tosun who recently joined Everton.
Sturridge is reportedly open to playing in the Super Lig according to Turkish agent Hasan Anıl Eken who represents Sturridge’s rights in Turkey – through Octagon, Sturridge’s management company.
Eken was quoted by Fanatik as saying: “If the circumstances are right and the fans want him Sturridge would play in Turkey.”
Sturridge has three goals and three assists in 14 appearances for Liverpool in all competitions.
The Black Eagles are currently in the title race, pursuing a third successive championship and will take on Bayern Munich in the Champions League Last 16.