Liverpool striker Fabio Borini experienced a greatly disappointing career with the Reds, and it seems the Italian is on his way out of Anfield.
According to the Daily Star, Inter Milan are set to agree to a deal for the Italian international within the next couple of days.
He is expected to arrive in his home country on Wednesday after telling friends about the next phase of his career.
Borini has struggled to lock down a first-team role with the Reds, as he has only made a total of 38 league appearances for the club in two seasons.
The Italian international has shown plenty of potential, though, after enjoying a strong season on loan with Sunderland in 2013/14.
Borini scored 10 goals in 40 appearances for Sunderland, but Liverpool are no doubt regretting forking out £10.5m for the 24-year-old striker.
The Italian striker may simply need a change of scenery though, and a move to Italy may be the perfect solution for him as the Premier League has not been kind to him.
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