Serie A giants want to bolster ranks with Anfield ace.
Italian big shots Inter Milan are set to make a loan move for Liverpool striker Fabio Borini when the transfer window re-opens in January, according to Inside Futbol.
The Italians did try to sign the 23-year-old last summer only to see the deal hit a wall and the striker remain at Anfield.
The player spent last season on loan to Sunderland, making 40 appearances for the club. The Black Cats were keen to land him on a permanent deal in the summer transfer window, however could not convince the forward to make the move.
QPR were also said to be interested in landing his services, but his wage demands proved too high for the west Londoners.
Borini has become a fringe player in Brendan Rodgers’ Liverpool side. Though the Northern Irishman said last month that the Italian will get his opportunities, the forward has made only three appearances in all competitions this season.
He still has three years remaining on his current deal with the club but is not thought to be playing a major role in Brendan Rodgers’ plans, so Inter will seek to complete a loan move with a view to a permanent deal next summer.