Liverpool forward Daniel Sturridge is out of contract in the summer, with reports claiming that Real Betis of La Liga are interested in making a swoop for him.
Sturridge, 29, has only featured in 20 games for the Reds in all competitions this season, scoring four goals and adding one assist.
The former Manchester City, Chelsea and West Brom striker is one of the Premier League's finest finishers in recent years (111 goals in 305 appearances), but has seen his career blighted by injury.
With Liverpool increasingly unlikely to offer the forward a contract extension, Sturridge appears set to move on after six years at Anfield.
France Football (via Sport Witness) claim that Real Betis are unfazed by Sturridge's injury history and are interested in making a move for him this summer.
Quique Setién’s side are currently eight in La Liga, but are only four points outside of the Champions League qualification places, and will battle Rennes on Thursday evening in the second leg of their Europa League round of 32 clash after the first leg ended 3-3.
Los Verdiblancos would be an interesting destination for Sturridge, should he decide to leave England in pursuit of first team football. The club have shown they are prepared to splash the cash to sign big names in the past, defeating the likes of Chelsea in the pursuit of William Carvalho's signature last summer.