The Italian looks set to return to Anfield after a loan spell at San Siro, with the player's representative admitting there currently there are "no clubs interested in him
Alberto Aquilani looks set for a return to Liverpool following the conclusion of his loan deal with AC Milan, but the player will not look to terminate his contract according to his agent.
The Italian club were unwilling to make an offer to secure the player on a permanent basis and the midfielder’s representative has rubbished claims that he will look at other avenues to secure a move away from Anfield.
Aquilani spent a season at San Siro after failing to impress former Reds manager Kenny Dalglish, but with no move elsewhere lined up it looks likely that he will be returning to Anfield.
The player's agent, Franco Zavaglia, outlined Aquilani's current situation claiming that a move back to Liverpool is the only option at the moment.
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"Almost certainly he will not terminate his contract with Liverpool," Zavaglia told Sportitalia.
"He could join them [Liverpool] at the beginning of July to start pre-season training with the English club.
"At this time there are no clubs interested in him."
Juventus also turned down the chance to sign the player when he had a loan spell with the Turin-based club in 2010.
He has failed to impress in the Premier League having only made 18 appearances for Liverpool and scored just once since his £17 million move to the club in 2009.