Rodgers eyes a familiar face
Liverpool are reportedly considering a move for Italian international forward Fabio Borini who could be available for around £10m.
The Mirror and Daily Mail are suggesting that Reds boss Brendan Rodgers is ready to step up his pursuit of the 21-year-old after Roma failed to take up their £7m option to sign him permanently.
Borini spent the whole of last season on loan with Roma from Parma where he scored nine times in 24 matches, while helped him earn a place in Italy's Euro 2012.
Rodgers knows the forward well from his previous stint in England with Chelsea, where he nurtured the youngster during his time in charge of the Blues reserve team.
He then gave Borini an opportunity of playing first-team football during a loan spell at Swansea where he netted an impressive six goals in nine appearances as Rodgers' led the South Wales outfit to the Premier League.
A number of clubs are said to be interested in the player including Paris St. Germain, who are coached by Carlos Ancelotti, the man who gave him his Chelsea debut back in 2009.