After playing in the first two games of the season, Fabio Borini has fallen further down the pecking order. By the looks of it, he will say goodbye to AC Milan this month, as the Rossoneri are looking to offload a few players.
As Calciomercato.com reports this afternoon, Borini’s contract will expire in the summer and Milan have no intention of activating the extension clause (one more year). Currently, they are waiting for the right offer to arrive.
The versatile Italian earns €2.5m net per year, and since he isn’t being used by manager Stefano Pioli, Milan would like to part ways already this month. By doing so, they would save around €2.5m gross in wages.
Per the report, Borini’s agent is working on terminating the contract, which would allow his client to join his next club for free. Although Sampdoria have recently surfaced, Genoa remain in pole position for the former Sunderland man.