Former Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge is closing in on a move to Turkish outfit Trabzonspor.
The 29-year old is a free agent after leaving Liverpool at the end of last season and has interest from more than 13 clubs around the globe.
And he looks to have his sights set on Turkey with Goal reporting that he will be travelling there on Wednesday for talks with Super Lig side Trabzonspor, who finished fourth last season.
Daniel Sturridge is looking at a move abroad after failing to receive the English offer he desired
The club are reportedly willing to offer a two-year deal with an option of a third, worth in the region of £2.8m per season.
Sturridge joined Liverpool in January, 2013, and has went on to score 68 goals in 160 appearances for the club.
Injuries hampered his latter years at Anfield, the 29-year-old starting just five games in the Premier League last season.
Sturridge left Liverpool in 2019 after six years at Anfield, scoring 67 goals in 160 appearances
Marseille, Eintracht Frankfurt, Real Betis and Atalanta have also expressed an interest in the player while Wayne Rooney's club DC United are among those willing to make him an offer in MLS.
Sturridge was recently cleared to play again after being handed a short ban for breaching betting rules.
Aston Villa were among the Premier League sides to ask about him earlier this summer.