Liverpool striker Fabio Borini is close to being forced out the door after having a disappointing stint at Anfield.
He is expected to find a new home in Inter Milan though, and Sky Sports reports that the Italian club have offered Liverpool £6m for the 24-year-old.
They are also preparing to offer him a four-year deal, hinting that they see him as a long-term solution despite his recent struggles.
The Italian international began his Premier League career with Chelsea before transferring to Swansea City on a loan deal.
He shined there with six goals in nine appearances for carrying his momentum to Roma, where he scored a career-high nine goals in another loan stint.
He struggled at Liverpool after that, as he was only able to come up with two goals in 25 career appearances.
As a result, Borini has been deemed surplus to requirements along with fellow striker Mario Balotelli.
Borini showed more potential in a separate loan stint with Sunderland during the 2013-14 season, so a return to Italy may be the perfect situation for him.