Paris Saint-Germain are ready to make a move for Daniel Sturridge and would like to take the Liverpool striker on an initial loan deal first,the Sunday Mirror reports.
The loan comes as the England forward continues to struggle with injuries with the Reds open to offers at the end of the season.
A lack of form and fitness has seen the striker feature in only 14 Premier League games this season, and there is a feeling on Merseyside that the 27-year-old doesn’t fit into manager Jurgen Klopp’s long-term plans.
The paper reports that PSG would prefer to take Sturridge on loan initially, with a view to making the deal permanent should the England international regain his scoring touch.
Liverpool, however, think they can sell Sturridge for £30 million and may hold out on PSG if some other club — potentially West Ham — can stump up the cash in the summer.