Liverpool misfit Fabio Borini could still depart Anfield in January, with former manager Gus Poyet suggesting that he is still keen to bring him back to the Stadium of Light, despite being rejected by him in the summer, as reported by The Sun.
Liverpool accepted a bid from Sunderland for the Italian striker earlier in the summer, with a £14 million fee for the player established between the two clubs.
Borini rejected a move back to the Stadium of Light, however, despite a successful loan spell at the club last season, with the Liverpool player playing a key role in the side staying in the Premier League.
There was also a further deal between Queens Park Rangers and Liverpool towards the end of the window, with the Reds accepting a cut price £10 million bid. Borini was still not willing to move, and wanted to establish a place in Liverpool’s first team.