Daniel Sturridge is considering 13 different options with the former Liverpool forward’s future set to be resolved this week.
The 29-year-old is a free agent after his six-year spell at Anfield came to an end this summer, and the former Chelsea and Manchester City striker is believed to have received offers from Europe, the USA and the Middle East.
Sturridge has been cleared to resume his career after a short ban for breaching rules regarding gambling, and according to the Telegraph is considering multiple offers as he plots his next career move.
According to the report, Sturridge is unlikely to remain in English football and has received a £9m-per-year offer from Turkish side Fenerbahce.
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French side Marseille are also reportedly interested as they seek a replacement for Sturridge’s former Liverpool teammate Mario Balotelli, whilst DC United have made an approach to bring the forward to MLS after Wayne Rooney announced he would be leaving the club to join Derby County in January.
Elsewhere, there are believed to be offers from the likes of Real Betis, Bologna and Besiktas, though Qatar could also be an option for Sturridge with Middle East clubs having expressed an interest.