The 26-year-old's representatives have approached the Emirates Stadium outfit over a temporary move, but Liverpool have no interest in letting him leave
Daniel Sturridge has been offered to Arsenal by his representatives on loan, but Liverpool remain adamant that their frustrated striker is not going anywhere, Goal understands.
The 26-year-old, a boyhood Arsenal fan, has cut a disappointed figure at Anfield in recent weeks due to a lack of game time and Jurgen Klopp's failure to play him in his preferred central position.
Gunners boss Arsene Wenger is open to adding players to his squad if they are 'world class', with Sturridge put in that bracket after scoring 13 goals in 25 games last season, despite struggling with various fitness issues.
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Wenger has already spent nearly £100m on new players this summer with the signings of Granit Xhaka, Lucas Perez, Shkodran Mustafi and Rob Holding, while other players have been let go, including Serge Gnabry to Werder Bremen.
Goal understands that Liverpool remain firm in their stance that Sturridge is staying put, indicating that he would not be let go to a direct rival, with the Reds not receiving any offers for the player as of Tuesday afternoon.