According to the Daily Express, West Ham United have joined Inter Milan in the race for Liverpool outcast Daniel Sturridge.
The 28-year-old forward is determined to leave the Merseyside club seeking a regular first-team action, as he looks to boost his chances of featuring England World Cup squad.
The Reds are also looking to offload the former Chelsea man after a miserable first half of the season, where Sturridge had often struggled with injuries.
The Nerazzurri coach Luciano Spalletti is looking to find a partner for Mauro Icardi, as Inter are battling Champions League promotion.
The latest reports have implied that Italians have already found an agreement with Liverpool over the passage of the left-footed forward.
Now it seems, the Hammers boss David Moyes is searching for a quality striker that can guarantee some goals after quite disappointing performances from Chicharito Hernandez and Marko Arnautovic.
Sturridge’s preference is going to make the difference, and he seems willing to move to Giuseppe Meazza.