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ENGLAND/ LIVERPOOL, Rodgers dreams Borini

22.06.2012 11.15 by Transfer Market Web  read 2473
Source: Dailymail.co.uk
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Liverpool have made an approach for young Italian striker Fabio Borini, the Italian Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain

New manager Brendan Rodgers knows all about the Euro 2012 star, having coached him in the youth ranks at Chelsea and signed him on loan from the Blues after becoming Swansea boss.

Rodgers is busily scouting potential new faces and wants to make Borini a second Reds signing with a Liberty Stadium connection, as they also head the chase for Gylfi Sigurdsson, who shone for the Swans last season while on loan from Hoffenheim.

Borini has enjoyed a meteoric rise through the Azzurri's ranks since leaving Chelsea 12 months ago.

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