Former Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge is set to join Real Mallorca on a trial basis during pre-season.
The 31-year-old has been without a club for over a year.
His contract with Turkish outfit Trabzonspor was terminated in March 2020.
That parting of ways came about after Daniel Sturridge received a four-month worldwide ban from football.
The former Liverpool striker was banned for breaching betting rules.
Sturridge was found guilty of passing on information to family members regarding a possible transfer during his time at Anfield.
He subsequently spent the entirety of 2020-21 out of the professional game.
But now he appears to be looking for a route back.
Daniel Sturridge to start his time at Mallorca
He will join Real Mallorca for pre-season training from Wednesday.
He looks to prove his worth after a year out of football.
“RCD Mallorca has extended an invitation to Daniel Sturridge to participate from tomorrow, July 14.”
“He will be in training sessions with the club’s first team as part of their preparation process.”
There is no mention of Real Mallorca potentially signing Sturridge.
But his involvement is likely to be predicated on the possibility of earning a contract.
Luis Garcia Plaza’s side are currently preparing for a return to La Liga.
They earned promotion from the Segunda Division last term.