Alberto Aquilani looks set to end his inglorious Liverpool career, after the Italian midfielder's agent revealed a deal has been agreed with Fiorentina subject to personal terms being agreed.
Aquilani will join the Serie A side on a season-long loan with the option of a permanent deal next year, the player's agent, Franco Zavaglia, told ESPN Soccer.
"The agreement between Fiorentina and Alberto has not yet been reached," Zavaglia said. "If we talk of an agreement, that was only reached between the two clubs, because Fiorentina did not come to any decision with us [over wages]."
Aquilani, 27, joined Liverpool for £17m from Roma in 2009 but struggled with injuries before being loaned to Juventus last season.
The midfielder has reportedly been offered a €8 million 'golden handshake' from Liverpool, payable over three years, to compensate him for his drop in salary.
Meanwhile, the Anfield club will not sell Brazilian midfielder Lucas Leiva this summer, despite reports the player was unsettled on Merseyside.
A source close to the club told ESPN Soccer: "There is nothing to say about this. It is rubbish."
The 24-year-old was voted Liverpool's Player of the Year last season and signed a new contract in March.
Finally, Mexico Under-17 striker Marco Bueno is due to arrive for a trial at Anfield next month.
"A pre-contract with the parents and Bueno was signed to be sent to Liverpool," Pachuca vice-president Andres Fassi told El Universal. "So we are accepting the 10-day trial and the conditions, if the English decide to keep him."