Liverpool flop Fabio Borini could finally be leaving Anfield, with interest in the forward from Lazio according to Tuttomercatoweb.
The Italian one cap wonder has struggled to make an impact with the Reds since joining them from Parma in 2012. In 38 games for the Merseyside club he has scored just three goals, a terrible return for someone who largely plays as a central striker. Last season it looked like he may have turned a corner while on loan at Sunderland, but he has disappointed in this campaign and netted just once.
However, the 24-year-old is apparently still highly rated enough in his home country that Lazio, who finished third in Serie A, want to bring him back. This despite having played for fierce rivals Roma in the past, with what is believed to be an affordable price tag a major draw in the interest.
This could be a great deal for the Premier League side. Manager Brendan Rodgers has been stuck with Borini for longer than he would like after the forward rejected moves to both Sunderland and QPR last summer to stay with the Reds according to the Daily Mail.