Liverpool flop Fabio Borini has been given 48 hours to decide on his future as Fiorentina continue to monitor his situation.
La Viola have decided that they will wait another two days before moving on to other targets if the Italian striker isn’t convinced about moving, according to Football Italia.
The Serie A outfit have been looking for a striker since the sale of Mario Gomez, and they are believed to be close to finalising a deal for Borini.
However, there are reports that several details regarding the striker’s salary need to be sorted out before any deal can be confirmed, and Fiorentina are growing restless over the situation.
La Nazione have now suggested that they have given the 24-year-old the new deadline to decide if he wants the move, otherwise they will move on.
Borini has struggled to settle at Anfield and has been short of first-team opportunities under Brendan Rodgers.
Coupled with the arrivals of Christian Benteke and Roberto Firmino, it doesn’t look as though he has a future at the club and so he should arguably be considering his options before the transfer window closes.