Liverpool may need to consider the future of Fabio Borini as Inter Milan are believed to be targeting the out-of-favour striker to add to their ranks after learning about his limited role, Mirror reports.
The 23-year-old Italian has declared his intentions to remain at Anfield to prove his worth throughout the summer and even rejected potential moves to both Sunderland and Queens Park Rangers.
Brendan Rodgers is prepared to offload Borini if Inter Milan can meet his £14million price tag, a number that has already halted other deals involving interest in the attacker.
He rejected a move to QPR after the club refused to give him a salary of 90,000-a-week, the wages he is currently demanded should he make a switch elsewhere.
The player has made a plea wishing to become strike partners with an under performing Mario Balotelli as he believes together they can solve the team’s current scoring crisis.