Borini is on the wishlist of the Italians.
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Liverpool are looking increasingly likely to sell striker Fabio Borini this summer and Inter Milan are the latest side to show interest in the 23-year-old, according to Sky Sport Italia.
The Italy international was the subject of a £14m bid from Sunderland, which the Reds accepted, only for Borini to reject the return to the Stadium of Light (where he spent last season on-loan) to fight for his place at Anfield.
However, since then manager Brendan Rodgers has bought Mario Balotelli from AC Milan for £16m and the forward is now behind Balotelli, Daniel Sturridge and Rickie Lambert for a place in the starting XI.
Borini has struggled to establish himself on Merseyside since making the 2012 move from AS Roma and has since spent time away on-loan with the Black Cats.
Rodgers has worked with the Italian for some time and at a variety of clubs, first coming across him as a Chelsea youngster, then taking him on-loan at Swansea City and finally signing him for the Reds.
Yet Borini has made just 20 appearances for the club in all competitions, scoring two goals, and it seems that the forward may have to move on to further his career.
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