The speculation regarding the future of Daniel Sturridge has filled plenty of newspaper inches in the last few months, but with just 10 days to in the transfer window, yet another club have joined the race to secure his signature.
Plenty of Premier League clubs have been linked to the Liverpool striker in the last few months, including West Ham, Southampton and Newcastle, while a number of clubs for around Spain and Italy have also been linked.
According to well respected Italian journalist Gianluca Di Marzio, Inter Milan had been leading the chase to sign he former Man City and Chelsea striker, who is thought to be interested in a move abroad.
Sturridge’s goal scoring abilities have never been in doubt, although his ability to stay fit for a prolonged periods are what are putting club’s off Liverpool’s £30m asking price.
Di Marzio claims that the Nerazzurri are now mulling over whether to accept Liverpool’s offer of a loan deal, with an option to buy for between €20-30m.
However, there is a new club who are now looking into the possibility of signing Sturridge, and that club is fellow Serie A side Roma.
Roma have received an offer for striker Edin Dzeko from Chelsea, and at 32-years-old, the club are seriously considering cashing in on the former Manchester City striker. If they do, they could turn their own attentions to Sturridge as a replacement for the Bosnian.
A number of pundits have given their advice to the Liverpool striker, advising him to make a move abroad, with some even suggesting it could boost his chances of an England recall ahead of the summer’s World Cup in Russia.