Liverpool Forward Fabio Borini Breaks Bone in his Foot

Liverpool forward Fabio Borini suffered a foot injury while on international duty with Italy. Photo Courtesy Wikicommons

By Kevin Koczwara

It looks like the the injury-demon has struck Liverpool again. Reports out of Italy say that Liverpool forward Fabio Borini has broken his foot while in training with the Italian Under-21 team.

The forward was Brendan Rodgers’ first signing after taking over as manager of Liverpool this summer and was part of Italy’s European Championship side that reached the Euro finals and eventually lost to Spain.

Merseyside reporter Tony Barrett from the Times has confirmed from the Italian FA that Borini did in fact break his foot during training.

Borini joined Liverpool from Roma this summer. He previously played under Rodgers while they were both at Chelsea’s youth academy and again while Rodgers managed Swansea City. He has scored once for Liverpool — in the Europa League game against FC Gomel at Anfield.


3 thoughts on “Liverpool Forward Fabio Borini Breaks Bone in his Foot

  1. Fraaaaak! The summer transfer shambles related to strikers coming and going at LFC is going to haunt the club so bad. This is bad news. Good news for the likes of Morgan, but we really should have two more senior strikers in our squad.


  2. Pingback: Andre Wisdom suffers injury setback while with England U21 | The Red Letter

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