The Sturridge deal to Inter Milan is off, according to Italian based source Mercato ,
Inter sporting director Piero Ausilio was asked on the club’s transfer plans ahead of the window closing on Wednesday evening.
“Sturridge? I don’t exclude anything, but we made our evaluations,” he said. “We already have players for that role.
“If there are opportunities in the future then we could have some movement.
“I do not want to remove his name from the list, but we think we already have the right players to achieve our goals.”
Liverpool were believed to want a fee in the region of £30m before they would do a Sturridge deal, they would also consider a loan as long as the club pays a premium and his full wages with the option to buy at the end of the loan period.
Sturridge was left out of last nights FA Cup loss to West Brom and is believed to be looking for a move away as he looks to cement his place in Gareath Southgates World Cup plans.