Fabio Borini should start for Liverpool next season say Goal.com readers

Just under 80% of those of you who voted feel Brendan Rodgers' first signing as manager at Anfield should make it into the Reds' first eleven
Goal.com readers believe that Fabio Borini should start for Liverpool next season after his £11 million move from Roma.

Borini, 21, passed a medical and agreed personal terms at the club's Melwood training ground on Friday and has been reunited with Brendan Rodgers, who coached him at both Chelsea and Swansea.

Reports are rife that Craig Bellamy and Andy Carroll could leave the Anfield club in the near future and Borini will have to hit the ground running.

But a resounding 79.42 per cent of you believe that the Italian should start for the club, ideally utilised in Rodgers' preferred formation of 4-3-3, where he featured prominently down the middle as he helped fire the Swans to promotion.

20.58% of you, however, feel that the new signing should not be an automatic starter. Luis Suarez is still the main man at Anfield and may wish to play down the middle, which is Borini's preferred position.

This could mean that either the Italian or the Uruguayan is shifted out to one of the wings to accommodate the other.