Reports in the Italian media suggests that Inter Milan have inquired about Liverpool FC striker Fabio Borini and are prepared to offer 8 million Euro for his services.
Liverpool FC had signed Italian international Fabio Borini from Roma in a 11 million pound deal in 2012 but has cut a peripheral figure at Liverpool FC this season making just 18 appearances and scoring one goal after rejecting 14 million pound moves to QPR and Sunderland last year.
Liverpool FC have been chasing another Inter Milan player in Mateo Kovacic and the Croatian media have been reporting that an agreement between player and Liverpool FC have been reached, however, Inter Milan are yet to agree a fee and despite a 21 million Euro offer by Liverpool FC.
It is thought that Liverpool FC could use Fabio Borini also as a makeshift in the deal to secure a deal for Mateo Kovacic
Inter Milan have approached #LFC with an enquiry about the asking price for Fabio Borini. Inter ready to pay a 8m. [Gazzetta dello Sport]
a Liverpool FC 360 (@LFC_360) June 8, 2015
However, Inter have registered their interest in the Italian forward who was a part of the Euro 2012 squad that reached the finals. It is understood by Gazetta Dello Sport that Inter Milan are prepared to pay a fee of 8 million Euros for the player.
Liverpool FC reportedly wanted A?12m for the 24-year-old Italian but may be willing to accept less to shift his wages and accelerate other squad changes having already secured England international James Milner from Manchester City on a free transfer.
Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers has indicated many times in the past that Borini is not a part of his future plans, despite that the Italian international decided not to move to Sunderland last in summer of 2014.
This time around, it is thought that Borini wants to get back into the reckoning for a place in the Italy squad for Euro 2016 and has resigned himself to seek a move away from Anfield in order to secure first team football.