The former Roma player has had two spells back in Italy since moving to Liverpool in 2009 but both Juventus and AC Milan have failed to make Aquilani’s loan spells permanent and the 28-year-old finds himself back at Anfield for pre-season training.
“Aquilani is very good for Liverpool,” his agent Franco Zavaglia told Italian TV station Sportitalia.
“The Reds’ new coach is young and he likes very technical players like Albert.”
AC Milan have had an option to buy Aquilani for a knockdown price of 8million euro if he played in 25 Serie A games last season but the club decided their priorities lay elsewhere despite him impressing coach Massimiliano Allegr very much during his loan spell.
“He admired him; he played him as much as he could. AC Milan did not have the disposable income to buy and wanted to bring down Liverpool’s demands. Aquilani, however, is an important player who can make a difference in any team.”
Zavaglia added: “Alberto is back in England and is still a Liverpool player. He will play there next season.”