Fabio Borini explains he returned to Sunderland because regular football can see him play for Italy at Euro 2016.
The striker made the move from Liverpool, having previously turned down this switch in 2014, and was also linked with Fiorentina, Lazio, Bologna and Inter over the summer.
“My target is to achieve the Euros next year, and playing for Sunderland regularly I think I can,” Borini told BBC Newcastle. “We need players in Italy to play every week.
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