Fabio Borini
Fabio Borini has started in only 3 league games during 2014/15 season. Getty

Fabio Borini's agent has revealed the forward wants to leave Liverpool in the summer transfer window after confirming interest from several European clubs.

Borini started in only three league games under Brendan Rodgers last season. He was behind Mario Balotelli and Rickie Lambert when Daniel Sturridge spent most part of the last campaign on the sidelines.

The Italian international's representative Marco De Marchi said his client is looking for Anfield exit in search of regular playing time.

"Fabio wants a new experience. We expected more consideration from Liverpool," De Marchi told Corriere dello Sport.

"There are teams from all over Europe interested in him. Top clubs in Europe are keen on him, from the Premier League to the Bundesliga and there also clubs in Italy, but many clubs in Italy have had coaching changes and that has slowed things down."

"He has no preference, he just wants a team that gives him a clear chance to prove himself. Right now he feels like a lion in a cage," he added.

Liverpool have signed Danny Ings from Burnley earlier in June. He will join Divock Orig, who will return after completing a season-long loan spell at Lille. The former Swansea manager will have Sturridge, Lambert and Balotelli as three other strikers in the squad apart from Borini.

With Marchi's latest comments, the former Roma player along with Boltelli or Lambert could be headed for summer exit.

The 24-year-old spent the 2013/14 season on loan at Sunderland and the Black Cats wanted to sign him on a permanent transfer for a reported fee of £12m ($19.1m) last summer. He rejected a chance to make a switch to the Stadium of Light and also snubbed an offer from Queens Park Rangers.

Borini's agent claims the price tag is likely to be reduced due to lack of appearances during the last season.

"His current value is that given by Sunderland last year. However, that figure could be affected by the season he's had at Liverpool and the fact that in a year his contract runs out," Borini's agents said.

"For the time being, everything is on standby as the player is currently on his honeymoon but will return shortly."