Liverpool have reportedly lowered their asking price for want-away striker Daniel Sturridge.
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 Russia this summer.
There is interest in him from both the Premier League and Europe, with both Inter Milan and Sevilla credited with an interest.
Indeed, according to recent reports, Sturridge has made it clear that his preferred destination would be Spain and the Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan.
So far a move has failed to materialise with Liverpool looking to loan out the 28-year-old but ensure they get a fixed fee in the summer.
That was thought to be set at around the £30 million mark, however, according to Gazzetta Dello Sport the club’s stance has now changed and they have dropped that fee.
They claim that the Reds are now willing to do a deal at between £13m and £15m instead.
That is a deal Inter Milan may be tempted by, although they will have to wait until selling striker Eder before a move is possible.
The Italian giants have already been active in the loan market this month, signing Rafinha from Barcelona, but are wary of paying big money for Sturridge given his injury record in recent years.