Liverpool outcast Daniel Sturridge prefers a loan move to Sevilla in this January window, according to the British press.
Sturridge has been linked with a move away from Anfield all winter and only last week it was being reported that he was on his way to Inter Milan.
The England ace has found himself on the fringes at Liverpool and his injury record has not helped his cause either, however, he is back fit and ready to play and is desperate to get some first-team football under his belt before the world cup this summer.
Liverpool is reported to be only interested in a permanent transfer which could throw a spanner into the works because neither Sevilla or Inter are keen on signing the 28-year-old permanently, mainly due to his history of injuries.
Sturridge, who has 18 months remaining on his contract, is hoping that the Reds will reconsider their stance and allow him the opportunity to reignite his stalled career.
Sevilla need a regular goalscorer as they have struggled in front of the goal this season and see Sturridge as just the player to fulfil that role and have already made it clear that they would be prepared to shoulder all the costs in a loan deal.
A deal is probable but on what terms has yet to be determined.