Fabio Borini and Suso are linked with a move to Inter Milan and AC Milan (respectively) in 2015.

Fabio Borini will be Inter’s main target during the January transfer window, with the Italian club already reported to be preparing an offer.

The club tried to bring the striker back to Italy in the last week of the summer transfer window, but were not successful in their approach as a deal was unable to be struck between all the parties.

According to the Daily Express, the Nerazzurri are willing to pay €12.5 million for the ex-Roma and Chelsea player.

The 23 year old was on loan at Sunderland last season scoring seven goals in 25 Premier League appearances. He was constantly linked with a permanent move to Sunderland and Gus Poyet had made his interest in the striker known publicly. However, no agreement could be reached upon by the end. The Italian was then subject of a deadline day move to Queens Park Rangers but that fell through due to Borini demanding a hefty fee and pricing himself out of the move. Borini took to Twitter to voice his comments later on, and he basically wants to fight for his place.

Although Borini has been named in Liverpool’s Premier League squad for the upcoming season, his chances of regular first team will be limited, especially with the arrival of fellow Italian attacker Mario Balotelli. The 23 year old will be behind Sturridge, Balotelli and Rickie Lambert in the striking options for the club.

Inter coach Walter Mazzarri is thought to be keen to bring in Borini as a viable alternative to the other strikers already in his squad.

Meanwhile, Reds youngster Suso is being eyed by Inter rivals AC Milan.

Italian source Tuttosport report that Suso does not intend to renew his contract with Liverpool, which expires at the end of this season and the Serie A giants have clinched an agreement with the Spanish midfielder

They add that the Rossoneri are leading the chase for his signature and even had a request to sign him this summer, as part of talks for Mario Balotelli, turned down.

It is not certain whether Milan would launch a cut-price bid for the 20-year-old in the new year or wait until his contract expires next summer. If they do delay his signing until the end of the season, the earliest stage he can sign a pre-contractual agreement would be in January.

Suso has expressed his desire to fight for his place at Liverpool, during the summer break. The talented U-21 Spain midfielder spent last season on loan at Almeria helping the Spanish side stay up in the top flight, and impressing everyone with his displays. With the Reds taking part in four competitions, he may get his fair share of chances, at least in the domestic cup games. In order for the youngster to have a future with the Reds, he would need to prove himself in the limited chances he does get.