​Lazio have agreed a fee with Liverpool for Italian striker Fabio Borini, according to Leggo.


The report claims that Borini, who spent the 2011-12 season on loan with the Biancocelesti's city rivals Roma, will decide in the next few days if he wishes to return to the Italian capital.


The 24-year-old started three league games for the Reds in last season's Premier League and is expected to fall further down the club's pecking order next term, with manager Brendan Rodgers reportedly chasing further attacking reinforcements.


The captures of England Under-21 striker Danny Ings from Burnley and Brazilian star Roberto Firmino from Hoffenheim have already left Borini's Anfield future looking bleak.


Lazio are yet to make any major signings since finishing third in last season's Serie A, returning them to the Champions League for the first time since 2007/08.


Stefano Pioli's men are known to be after a new centre forward this summer and have been linked with moves for fellow Premier League duo Robin van Persie (Manchester United) and Graziano Pelle (Southampton) in recent months.



The Biancocelesti appear to have plumped for Borini instead, however, assuming Leggo's report is true and the decision now rests with the once-capped Italy international.


Last week it was reported that a loan deal had been struck between the two sides, but Borini opted against the move in order to remain in England.


The former Bologna trainee, who left Emilia-Romagna for Chelsea as a 16-year-old, is understood to have turned down moves to Sunderland and Queens Park Rangers during last summer's transfer window.


Borini scored 10 goals in 26 appearances in his only Serie A season to date, on loan from Parma, a tally he matched while on loan to Sunderland two years later - albeit from 14 more matches.


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