- Liverpool forward Daniel Sturridge is considering a move to Inter Milan to boost his chances of making England World Cup squad
- Southamton is also interested in the forward
- But the English striker prefers a move to Italy over joining the Saints
Liverpool forward Daniel Sturridge is definitely not having enough playing time to showoff the kind of talents he believes he possess, and he is seeking a loan to Inter Milan to reignite any chance of making it to the England World Cup squad.
The 28-year-old has fallen down the pecking order at Liverpool and is looking to leave in January in order to help his World Cup dream.
Italian media, TuttoSport, claim he has told San Siro giants, Inter, that he is available and Nerazzurri boss Luciano Spalletti is considering him as an option.
There is still room for more strikers in Gareth Southgate's attacking options in Russia as Harry Kane is the only certainty, with the other striking berths up for grabs.
TuttoSport claim he has told Inter he is available — and Nerazzurri boss Luciano Spalletti is considering him as an option.
Southampton are also among the sides who are looking at signing the former Chelsea man up in January.
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But according to reports, Sturridge prefers a move to Inter Milan over the Saints and could set for a six-month stint in Serie A, if Spalletti sanctions a move for him.
English players have notoriously struggled in Italy, but the Liverpool striker has played at three of the Premier League's biggest clubs, so he may fancy his chances of settling in.
NAIJ.com has previously reported that Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge who is currently unsettled at the Reds following his lack of playing time is being tracked by AC Milan.
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