Liverpool flop Fabio Borini is being eyed by Serie A new boys Carpi, according to reports.
Carpi will play in Italy’s top flight for the first time in its history after winning the Serie B last season and have so far been proactive in the transfer market.
According to Football Italia [via Sky Italia], the Modena based club are considering a move for Liverpool flop Fabio Borini with the 24-year-old dropping down the pecking order at Anfield under Brendan Rodgers.
Borini made just 12 Premier League appearances for the Reds last season, managing to hit the back of the net just once as Liverpool struggled to a sixth-place finish.
It is believed the former Chelsea man is still hopeful of a spot in Italy’s EURO 2016 side and a move to Carpi will certainly provide the striker with first team football and a chance to impress national team boss Antonio Conte heading into the tournament.
Borini also reportedly has interest from Serie A giants Lazio, meaning Carpi will have plenty of competition for the Liverpool man’s signature.
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