Fabio Borini will be leaving AC Milan in this transfer window as he has grown to be a surplus to requirements at the club. The former Liverpool attacker will be joining Hellas Verona and undertook his medicals with the club yesterday. The 28 year old has not been favoured by Stefano Pioli and will be looking for more playing time elsewhere after only featuring in two games thus far this season.
Milan will be saving 2.5 million in net wages by getting rid of the utility man and seem to be trimming the wage bill in this window with Reina and Caldara closing in on exits too. Borini's time at Milan comes to an end with 8 goals and 6 assists in two and a half seasons with the Rossoneri.