Inter Milan make Fabio Borini bid

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Inter Milan have made an offer of £6 million to Liverpool for striker Fabio Borini, according to Sky Sports.

Borini has endured a tricky time under the guidance of Brendan Rodgers at Anfield in recent time, having failed to establish himself as a regular in the side. 

And, after Belgian international Christian Benteke arrived on Merseyside earlier this summer, Borini has moved even further down the pecking order at the club. 


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It appears, then, that he could now leave the club behind sooner rather than later, with Inter hoping to take him to the Serie A for £6m.

In fact, the same report from Sky Sports claims that Inter are willing to offer the forward a four-year deal, but it remains to be seen as to whether the Liverpool hierarchy accept the bid from the Italian outfit.

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Liverpool are stronger

Let's be honest, the potential departure of Borini won't worry fans of Liverpool too much. Ultimately, with Benteke now at the club, and Daniel Sturridge closing in on full fitness, the Reds have some fine options in attack. 

They also have youngster Danny Ings, who will no doubt be hoping for his opportunity to shine in the immediate future. 

One thing's for sure, if the duo of Benteke and Sturridge manage to hit it off, then they could form quite the partnership at Anfield. The Reds certainly have the fire power to climb up the Premier League table this season.

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