Inter Milan will make their move for Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge when Gabriel Barboas secures his return to Brazil.
Liverpool are open to selling the England striker if their £30m valuation is met, but reports in Italy suggest he could still be set for a loan move to the Serie A club.
The front page of Gazzetta dello Sport reveals that any move is contingent on Gabigol securing his own exit from the San Siro.
The Brazilian is expected to return to his old club Santos on a temporary deal after struggling to settle in Europe following an unsuccessful loan spell at Benfica earlier this season.
Sturridge is desperate for regular first-team football in order to boost his chances of making England’s World Cup squad in Russia this summer.
The 28-year-old has not played since early December due to illness and injury but has struggled for regular game time under Jurgen Klopp.
He finds himself behind first-choice striker Roberto Firmino in the German’s pecking order at Anfield.