Fabio Borini faces an uncertain future at AC Milan with his contract set to expire at the end of the season, a report claims.
Borini arrived at Milan two years ago under the Yonghong Li, Massimiliano Mirabelli and Marco Fassoni era of summer 2017.
The former Roma man joined the Rossoneri on loan from Premier League side Sunderland with a €5million obligation to buy, which was exercised last year.
He has gone on to make 75 appearances for the club in all competitions, scoring eight goals and adding six assists.
Perhaps his most important contribution though is his versatility: Borini has been fielded as a winger, full-back and most recently as a central midfielder during his two years at San Siro.
The 28-year-old penned a contract until July 2020 upon his arrival, but according to the latest from Calciomercato.com there is an option for Milan to extend that by an extra year.
With Calciomercato.it reporting that interest in Borini has arrived from Qatar, the mission now is for the utility man to convince Giampaolo and the hierarchy to extend the partnership for at least one more year.
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