It's reported Juventus have decided not to sign Alberto Aquilani on a permanent basis, sending him back to Liverpool.
The midfielder arrived on loan last summer and has been relatively impressive, but the €15m price-tag is considered too high.
According to Sky Sport Italia, Juve directors have decided they will not make the move permanent unless there is a substantial discount.
It will send the 26-year-old back to Liverpool, although it might not be for very long.
Reports in Italy also suggest that Milan are ready to snap up Aquilani as a replacement for Andrea Pirlo, who has himself been linked with Juventus.
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