Inter have agreed basic terms to sign Daniel Sturridge from Liverpool, it’s reported, but everything depends on Crystal Palace buying Eder first.
The England international is eager for a move to Italy so he won’t miss out on the World Cup this summer.
According to FCInterNews.it, all parties have basically reached an agreement to join Inter on loan for €1m with option to buy at the end of the season for another €20m.
The only problem is that Inter can’t afford even that switch unless they first sell Eder.
At the moment, the only option on the table for Eder is Crystal Palace and they want him on loan with option to buy rather than an outright transfer.
Inter are hobbled by Financial Fair Play parameters and must balance the books.
They are also out of Europe and the Coppa Italia, so cannot justify the expense of having both Sturridge and Eder in the squad for the rest of this season.