SEVILLA have revived their interest in Liverpool striker Daniel Strurridge, according to reports.
Sturridge, 28, will reports for pre-season training at Melwood next month, but will be way down the pecking order if he stays on.
Telegraph Sport say Fenerbahce are also monitoring the forward who made just six appearances for relegated West Brom last season.
Any potential suitors for the England international will have to meet Liverpool’s £15million valuation.
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Sturridge has another year remaining on his contract and could stay on at Anfield and leave next summer on free transfer.
A move abroad looks to be the Birmingham-born attacker’s best option with several European clubs showing interest.
The La Liga side pushed to sign Sturridge in January, but fancied his chances in England.
The plan was to play well at West Brom and force his way back into England set-up ahead of the World Cup, but his injury curse struck again.
A number of Turkish sides have also been linked with the player, but Fenerbahce’s interest has firmed up.
Sturridge moved to Anfield from Chelsea in 2013 and has gone on to score 63 goals, but that figure would have been much higher had it not been for his bad luck with injuries.