Liverpool striker Fabio Borini has played down a possible switch to Inter Milan after revealing that he wants to continue to fight for his place in the Premier League, Express reports.
Despite huge interest from a host of European clubs during the summer, the 23-year-old wasn’t keen on an Anfield exit and is willing to do all he can to break into the starting 11.
Borini only made one start this season against West Ham United, but will surely want to forget that match after seeing his team lose 3-1.
His agent, Piero Ausilio, is very worried that his lack of playing time will eventually leave him stranded on the bench with nowhere else to go, but is content on letting him decide his own future and even thanking Inter for their continued interest.
The Italian attacker said: “That admiration makes us happy and proud.
“Of course I was aware of it and the interest in the player, but it’s pleasing that Ausilio is stating that publicly, I knew that Inter and other clubs were interested this summer.”
Based on his role under Brendan Rodgers this season, he may finally need to force an exit if he is to secure a move to a team which can accommodate his bid for regular first team football.