Since Jurgen Klopp took over from Brendan Rodgers as Liverpool manager in 2015, much has changed for Daniel Sturridge.
According to the Daily Star, Roma could rival Internazionale for Sturridge's signature, though the Milan club remain favourites for his signature.
The England global also has interest from Sevilla.
Sturridge has, unfortunately, grew out of favour at the Kop, with the dynamic duo of Mo Salah, Sadio Mane and Roberto Firmino leading the line in recent times.
Sturridge is keen to leave Anfield this month as he seeks regular game time to ensure his place in England's squad for the World Cup in Russian Federation this summer.
The report does not reveal the exact sum offered to Liverpool but adds that Inter are also willing to pay all of Sturridge's wages if he joins them for the rest of the season.
The Italian side have been concerned about Sturridge's injury record and will also want him to stay fit throughout his loan spell.
He has played just 14 games for Liverpool this season, scoring three goals.
But Klopp insisted he never considered letting Sturridge go. Not that talk, but about what we planned for this season, ' said Klopp when speaking about Sturridge.
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