Leicester City head-coach Brendan Rodgers is reportedly considering a summer move for Liverpool out-of-favour forward Daniel Sturridge this summer.
The 29-year-old English forward set to become a free agent at the end of the current campaign and the Merseyside Reds have offered little indication that he will be part of their plans beyond that point.
A move to MLS league is believed to be an option for the former Chelsea and Man City forward, however, The Sun claimed that he may be offered the chance to remain in the English top-tier as his ex-manager Brendan Rodgers is keen on to lure him at King Power Stadium.
Rodgers has spent time with Sturridge at Anfield, coming close to claiming the Premier League title together in the 2013-14 season, and the report suggested that he is interested in working with the England international forward once again.
English forward has struggled with series of injuries in recent years, and he has managed just to score only 10 Premier League goals in the past three campaigns, however, his free-agent status makes him an attractive option ahead of the 2019/120 season.
Rodgers took over Leicester City two months ago, inheriting a squad that already includes Shinji Okazaki, Kelechi Iheanacho and Jamie Vardy.