Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge has arisen as a possible transfer target for AC Milan, with the Italians top bid £25.5 million for the England international, according to Calcio Mercato.
The former Chelsea attacker is not an automatic first choice under Jurgen Klopp at Anfield, with the German trainer preferring to play Roberto Firmino as the furthest man forward.
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This has led to speculation over Sturridge’s future, with a host of Premier League clubs linked with the tempestuous striker.
The Englishman scored for the national side in the recent 3-0 win over Scotland in World Cup Qualifying, but it is believed that he is frustrated on Merseyside at not being first choice.
Milan are bankrolled by wealthy new Chinese owners and the Serie A side are expected to make a splash in the next couple of transfer windows.
Sturridge may well have to leave Anfield to get regular first-team football and a move to the Rossoneri could well be on the cards after the San Siro outfit identified him as a possible addition.