After two years at the club, Fabio Borini could be on his way out. According to Peppe Di Stefano, who spoke live on Sky Italia (via MilanNews.it), the former Liverpool man could leave the Rossoneri as early as January.
The versatile Italian, who has been used in more or less every position at Milan, has struggled with playing time at the start of the season. After 11 rounds, he has racked up just 70 minutes on the pitch, which came in the first two games.
Since then, he has remained on the bench. The feeling is that Pioli isn’t keen on using Borini, as opposed to Gattuso last season. Furthermore, he will miss the game against Juventus due to an injury, as Di Stefano adds.
In other words, a January move would make sense in many ways for the 28-year-old. The reporter claims that a farewell is a concrete hypothesis, although there are no rumours on which teams are interested in signing Borini.