Fabio Borini’s time at AC Milan looks set to come to an end in January with two clubs interested in signing him, according to a report.
Recently, SportMediaset (via MilanNews.it) reported that – due to the recent outcome of the balance sheet in which increased losses were recorded – the only possible way for Milan to become active in January is through self-financing.
The outlet claimed that the Rossoneri are looking to raise €30m through the sale of two players; namely Borini and midfielder Franck Kessie.
Now, La Gazzetta dello Sport journalist Nicolò Schira, has confirmed that Borini is not part of the plans of Stefano Pioli and as such he will be allowed to leave for the right offer.
Genoa and Torino are particularly interested in him, he adds, but Premier League side Crystal Palace are also thinking about the idea of bringing the former Liverpool and Sunderland man back to England.
Avventura ai titoli di coda per Fabio #Borini al #Milan, che non appare interessato a esercitare l’opzione di rinnovo fino al 2021. L’esterno non rientra nei piani di #Pioli e a gennaio dovrebbe essere ceduto. Primi contatti con club italiani (#Genoa) e inglesi (#CrystalPalace)
— Nicolò Schira (@NicoSchira) November 24, 2019