Sevilla are to make a summer move for Daniel Sturridge after missing out in his services back in January.
Reports in England claimed the 28-year-old, who has struggled to get game time at Anfield was keen on a move to Spain in January, however, he stayed in the Premier League and moved to WBA in a bid to get in Gareth Southgate’s England squad for the World Cup in Russia.
His failure to that and move back to parent club, Liverpool, has now led to interest from a number of clubs looking to sign him for next season.
Although Sturridge has only scored five league goals in the last two seasons for the Anfield outfit, he was vital for Liverpool during their fight for the Premier League title in 2013/14, netting 21 times in the English top flight.
The ex-Chelsea attacker has proven himself in front of goal with 48 goals in 98 Premier League games for Liverpool, but that has come across six seasons on Merseyside, seeing him have 14 separate injuries since his £12 million move north, missing over 80 matches.
Sevilla now want the Englishman and it is reported in ABC de Sevilla that Los Rojiblancos would be willing to pay the €17m (£15m) asking price.