Liverpool have accepted an offer from Sunderland for striker Fabio Borini.
The Italian forward was again told by manager Brendan Rodgers that he has no future at Anfield this Summer.
Borini appears to have finally accepted that after being told the same thing a year ago.
He rejected offers from Sunderland and Queens Park Rangers in the Summer of 2014 in order to stay and fight for his place.
But after a season which yielded limited appearances and just one goal, Borini has accepted his fate.
Watford, Inter Milan and Fiorentina are believed to have also made offers for Borini, but Sunderland’s bid of £8m + £2m in add-ons was the only one accepted. He is expected to travel to the north-east for a medical.
Borini was Rodgers’ first Liverpool signing in the Summer of 2012. But he never managed to hold down a first team spot and was loaned to Sunderland in 2013/14.