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Inter Milan Consider Loan Move For Out Of Favour Liverpool Striker

Inter Milan Consider Loan Move For Out Of Favour Liverpool Striker

Newcastle, along with a number of other fellow Premier League sides, have always been attributed with interest in Sturridge but the striker's wages, reportedly in the region of £120k-a-week, are far too much for the club.

The striker, who is now out injured with a muscle strain, has struggled for regular action in Jurgen Klopp's side at Anfield, making just five starts in the Premier League this season. Having only played 431 league minutes this season, he is far removed from the man who scored 21 Premier League goals in 2013/2014.

Sturridge has had success at the Merseyside club, scoring 63 goals in his four year stint, however the England international's form has dropped - only finding the net three times this term.

Tuttosport claim Sturridge has offered himself to Inter, where he believes he could flourish under Luciano Spalletti, who is on the lookout for another striker to help out Mauro Icardi.




The Chronicle suggests that Newcastle's pursuit of Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge is likely to come to a premature and unsuccessful end, with the England global costing far too much in wages for the Tyneside outfit.

Sturridge has failed to secure regular football under Jurgen Klopp, and has only started five games for the Reds this season.

Meanwhile, Sturridge has also been linked with a loan move to Southampton, with the Saints reported to have been the frontrunners for his signature back in December.