Anfield side pursue Stamford Bridge youngster.
Liverpool will make a loan bid for Daniel Sturridge during the January transfer window.
Reds boss Brendan Rodgers wants to bolster his forward ranks by signing the England striker, who has been told he can leave Chelsea.
SOURCE: Daily Mail
Liverpool have long been linked with interest in Daniel Sturridge and it appears that was has previously been spoke of as a possible permanent move has switched into a more likely loan deal, but one wonders what Chelsea would have to gain from such a deal.
Roberto Di Matteo does not have a great many recognised striking options, essentially the Italian can call upon Sturridge and Fernando Torres in this regard, but could in theory opt to recall Romelu Lukaku from West Brom but then that would seem a somewhat odd move given the Chelsea boss seems to feel that the Belgian is a long term prospect rather than a player he would call upon this term.
Brendan Rodgers could certainly do with improving an attack that relies to heavily on Luis Suarez, especially now that Italian Fabio Borini has been sidelined with a broken foot.
If Chelsea have indeed told the 23 year old he can leave Stamford Bridge, and that’s a big IF, then surely they would elect to cash in on the former Man City man, this source also states that Liverpool are not willing to meet the player’s £20m valuation, that doesn’t however mean that another side wouldn’t consider doing so.
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