Tuesday, 7th October, 2014
Inter Milan will again try to land Liverpool forward Fabio Borini on a loan deal in the January transfer window.
The Nerazzurri did try to sign the 23-year-old in the summer, but nothing was finalised and the trail went cold towards the end of the window as Borini stayed put at Anfield.
The Italian 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.
Queens Park Rangers had a deal in place with Liverpool for the Italian, but the forward’s wage demands forced the London club to back off on deadline day.
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.
Inter are in the market to sign a forward in the winter and are hoping to agree a loan deal with Liverpool for Borini, according to Tuttosport.
Borini is not expected to play a major role in Liverpool’s season and a winter move to a top European club such as Inter might be tempting for him.
He still has three years left on his contract with the Reds and has made 23 appearances for the club.