Fabio Borini Liverpool
Profile of the Italian footballer Fabio Borini, who currently plays as a forward at Liverpool. The 23-year old player Borini joined Liverpool from Roma and wears the number 29 shirt.
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Fabio Borini : Liverpool News
“The agent of Liverpool forward Fabio Borini has denied reports that his client his feeling homesick after an injury plagued first season at Anfield.”
“Liverpool striker Fabio Borini’s proposed move to Sunderland is stalling because he doesn’t want to give up on his career at Anfield, according to the Metro, and prefers to join on loan for another season instead.”
“Sunderland boss Gustavo Poyet has handed Liverpool striker Fabio Borini a deadline to decide upon his future - with some reports claiming the Black Cats are already considering former Chelsea star Salomon Kalou as an alternative.”
“Fabio Borini is keen to join Sunderland this summer but only on a temporary basis, as the striker remains unwilling to give up on his Liverpool career.”
“Liverpool forward Fabio Borini says he will only leave the club to return to Sunderland this summer if it’s a loan deal.”
“Fabio Borini doesn’t want to leave permanently. Read more Liverpool FC rumours.”
“Gus Poyet still hopes Sunderland can sign Liverpool's Fabio Borini after watching his side draw 1-1 with Manchester United. Poyet is keen to have an answer soon as to whether Italy striker Borini - his main transfer target - will join the club.”
“Poyet is keen to have an answer soon as to whether Italy striker Borini - his main transfer target - will join the club. The Italian is said to have turned down a permanent move to Wearside, but Poyet has not given up on his man just yet.”
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