Liverpool striker Fabio Borini appears to be ready to leave Anfield, and the feeling appears to be mutual with the club as he is not in their immediate plans.
Borini only made 12 appearances for the Reds in the 2014-15 season, and he is looking to receive more playing time by moving to another team.
Sunderland made an offer for the 24-year-old last offseason for £12m, but Borini ultimately decided to stay at Liverpool for another season.
Borini had been playing on a loan deal with Sunderland for two seasons, and he came up with seven goals for them in the 2013-14 season.
The Italian striker originally signed with Liverpool in 2012 on a £12m deal after leaving Roma.
His agent, Marco De Marchi, revealed that teams all over the Premier League and other leagues are interested in luring him away from Anfield.
“Top clubs in Europe are keen on him, from the Premier League to the Bundesliga and there are also clubs in Italy, but many clubs in Italy have had coaching changes and that has slowed things down,” De Marchi said to Metro.
It is unknown what these clubs are, but it appears that Borini is headed out the door as he will not command a hefty contract like Raheem Sterling, who has a strong desire to leave Anfield.