Inter seemed to have a deal agreed with Liverpool for Daniel Sturridge, but a drastic turn of events in Rome could change this.
The Nerazzurri were in pole position to sign Liverpool’s Daniel Sturridge, and received the all clear from the player, but the Italian giants must decide if they will accept the terms proposed by Liverpool.
The English club have proposed a loan deal with an obligation to buy for between 20 and 30 million, according to Gianluca Di Marzio.
Inter’s Sporting Director Piero Ausilio, has concerns about the Englishman’s physical condition and fitness, and is reportedly weighing up other options as well.
In addition to this, there is also a strong possibility that Roma could in fact hijack the deal between Inter and Liverpool as Edin Džeko is edging closer to a move to English Champions Chelsea.
As the London and Rome based clubs are finalising details for the Bosnian’s services, the Giallorossi could offer more than Inter for Sturridge’s services. Roma are aware of Liverpool’s stance on Sturridge and Monchi will evaluate in the next 24 hours if Roma will pursue a deal for the England international.