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Italy Under-21 star Fabio Borini has dismissed speculation and happy at Liverpool and will not be seeking a move over the summer.
Italy Under-21 star Fabio Borini has dismissed speculation over his future, insisting he is happy at Liverpool and will not be seeking a move over the summer.
The 22-year-old moved to Anfield last summer in a deal worth around £10.5m but saw his debut season on Merseyside blighted by injury and was restricted to just 20 appearances for the Reds in all competitions, scoring just two goals.
There had been suggestions that Borini was looking to move back to his homeland in the summer but the former Chelsea and Roma striker has insisted he is determined to prove his worth at Liverpool.
Borini said: “Am I looking to move abroad? People need to think more about my situation.
“In Italy people give more time to foreigners than they do to youngsters.
“I feel really good in England.”
Borini will be hoping for an injury-free run under Brendan Rodgers next term, having missed three months of last season after breaking his foot against Manchester United before dislocating his shoulder in February five weeks after his comeback.
The Italy forward is currently out with the Under-21 side in Israel and scored the decisive goal against the Netherlands that secured the Azzurri their place in the final, where they will take on Spain on Tuesday.