MLS duo La Galaxy and Inter Miami have set their sights on signing former Liverpool and Chelsea attacker Daniel Sturridge. The Englishman is a free agent after he was released by Tranzonspor.

Sturridge last played for Trabzonspor in Turkey when his contract was terminated after mutual agreement. He only played just 16 times for the club, scoring 7 goals and providing further four assists. The striker is now a free agent and has been linked with a host of clubs from across the world, including an unlikely return to the Premier League. West Brom, Brighton and Aston Villa have all been linked with a player who last played competitive football in March.
Sturridge, 30, served a four-month worldwide ban from all football related activities. He was found guilty of breaching beating rules regarding football players. He was fined a hefty £150,000.
Since the end of his ban, the former Chelsea attacker has been attracting a series of interest majorly from the MLS.
Sturridge is currently in America and will likely be available to play again. Sturridge's availability on a free will make him an attractive prospect to a host of clubs given the current market.
New MLS franchise Inter Miami are near the front of the queue for Sturridge's signature according to reports, with co-owner David Beckham's existing relationship with the attacker perhaps putting the new MLS franchise in the driving seat. Beckham is expected to influence the decision of the attacker towards making the move to the club.
Inter Miami will face stiff competition for the player's signature as LA Galaxy have also joined the race for the two-time Uefa Champions League winner. LA Galaxy who recently signed Javier Hernandez are looking at a possible partnership between the two stars.
The major hitch that could derail any deal for Sturridge is his well-documented injury history. The Former England international has suffered with a series of injuries all through his career.