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Fabio Borini not thinking about a return to Italy


Liverpool striker is not thinking about the possibility of signing for an Italian club in the near future.

The 23-year-old was very close to leaving Liverpool during the summer transfer window but opted to stay at Anfield and was included by manager Brendan Rodgers in Liverpool's Champions League squad.

A number of Italian clubs made an approach for the player last month, including Internazionale but the youngster's near-future objective is to enjoy regular football with the Reds.

"I don't think whether I'll return or not," Borini told

"I've been raised from the human and football standpoint in England.

"I moved here at 16, I've lived here during my adolescence.

"It doesn't change a lot whether it's Italy, England or Spain.

"I don't think I've to come home at all costs, I'm not thinking about that."

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