Borini should have stayed in Italy believes the player’s representative.
The agent of Liverpool forward Fabio Borini has admitted that the Italian should have stayed at AS Roma, after being sent out on-loan following a disappointing time at Anfield.
Borini will spend this season at Sunderland, having failed to impress following a £10.5m move from Serie A in the summer of 2012.
The player’s representative Marco De Marchi has said that the starlet should never have left the Stadio Olympico.
“I think Fabio would have been the ideal player for Zeman last year,” De Marchi was quoted by Football Italia.
“But the decision was made to leave Roma. Of course, it all happened very quickly and there was no chance to talk with the Coach.
“But having said that, I still think Roma would have been the right team for Fabio.”
In 20 matches in all competitions during the 2012/13 campaign, the 22-year-old managed to find the net on just two occasions and failed to recapture the striker’s previous form.
Reds manager Brendan Rodgers bought the attacker to the club having worked with the Italy international whilst with the Chelsea youth academy and Swansea City.
It was Borini’s record of 10 goals in 26 matches whilst with Roma that convinced the Merseyside outfit to pay big money for the youngster, but since then the expected success has failed to materialise.
How many opportunities the Italian will be given at the Stadium of Light is unknown, with the forward coming off the bench against Arsenal at the weekend for his first appearance for the Black Cats.
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