Alberto Aquilani will become a Liverpool player again after Juventus opted against signing the midfielder permanent, according to reports.
Aquilani had spent the season on loan at the Turin giants, scoring twice in 33 league appearances.
But it is understood that Aquilani is not part of Juventus’ plans for next season and they will not be taking up the option to make the move permanent, with the £13million asking price.
It is also suggested that Liverpool were prepared to drop to £8million, but this has also been turned down by Juventus.
So Aquilani returns to Anfield, where he endured an injury-ridden first season in 2009/10 following his £18million switch from Roma.
AC Milan are still thought to be interested in the 26-year-old and with Liverpool having signed midfielder Jordan Henderson this week, the question is asked, is there any room for Aquilani at Liverpool?
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