Daniel Sturridge has reportedly considered a possible loan move to Sevilla as he tries to rebuild his career, but the Merseyside club are only after a possible transfer.

The formidable striker of the Rodgers era have drop to the pecking order at Anfield with the consistent performance of Firminho,Mane and Salah with the later notching 18 goals so far in the league this season. Kloop’s further preference of Dominic Slanke as second choice striker as well as Danny ings return from the sidelines could see the English Centre forward drop further in the pecking other and could possibly be a blow to his chances of representing country in the World cup sometime in June.

The 28 year old have struggled for match fitness this season with injury a huge contribution to his dip in form though considered as one of the top clinical finishers in the league which have brought the likes of Southampton and West-ham lurking for his signature in England.But teams from overseas have also been keeping track of his situation at Anfield and Sevilla have reported made an offer to take him on a short-term loan as the look to bolster their team.

Liverpool rejected the La Liga side’s loan offer as they will only consider a permanent deal, but the Mirror claimed that Sturridge has asked his club to reconsider the offer.It is said Sturridge has his heart set on a move to Sevilla and has held talks with Liverpool management. Klopp gave a hint that Sturridge will not be sold to West Ham or Southampton yesterday when he confirmed that none of his current squad would sold to a Premier league rival as Alexis Sanchez who moved to Old Trafford from Arsenal. With 9 days left in the transfer window Sturridge will be hoping that the Sevilla loan deal materialise as it offers him a chance to reestablish himself as one the deadliest finishers in Europe.