Inter are at the forefront in the race for the striker having received approval from Sturridge and entering talks with Liverpool.
Sturridge has been widely linked with a January move to Serie A, while Spanish side Sevilla are also believed to be interested in the 28-year-old.More news: Death toll from Montecito mudslides at 21 after missing mother located
The 2018 World Cup in Russian Federation is fast approaching and Sturridge needs to either break into the starting XI at Liverpool or move to a new club to find the game time necessary to convince Gareth Southgate that he has enough in the tank to help England.
"Whoever gets him, if you get a fit Daniel Sturridge, you've got one of the best strikers in Europe". You'd do anything to get out there on the field.
"Maybe he feels the rigours of the Premier League are too demanding on someone like him who gets a lot of injuries". But if he's fit and firing he's a certainty for the England squad. "But his ability to play consistently isn't".More news: As Shutdown Nears, Trump Says 'the Wall is the Wall'
The injury-prone forward has not made a Premier League appearance since the end of November and only has three goals in all competitions this season, but remains eager for first-team action in a World Cup year.
Sturridge has an impressive goals to game ratio for the Reds, scoring 48 in his 98 Premier League appearances, yet injuries have forced the England global out of Klopp's long-term plans.More news: Donald Trump insists he exercises after physician's concerns