According to the British outlet Talk Sport, Liverpool have approved Daniel Sturridge loan to Inter Milan this January.
The same source suggests Inter would be willing to include an option to make the deal permanent next summer for £18 million.
The 28-year-old forward has been on the Anfield’s exit door since the beginning of the transfer market after falling out of favor with the manager Jurgen Klopp.
A couple of teams, including Sevilla and Roma, have shown interest in signing the former Chelsea striker, but it seems that Italian giants have been the most concrete.
However, it is still uncertain whether Sturridge would accept a move to Italy because he might fear for his starting spot.
The left-footed forward desperately wants to participate in the upcoming World Cup with England, and he is seeking some regular first-team football to bolster his chances.
Sturridge will be heading towards the exit in any case, as Klopp doesn’t count on him for the rest of the season.