Roma Striker Marco Borriello Set For Milan Return

Another player is ready to return at Milan…

Just hours after he was linked with Inter, Marco Borriello is now reportedly on the verge of a return to Milan. Neapolitan striker is not part of Zdenek Zeman’s plans and Juventus did not take up their option after a six-month loan spell.

Earlier today it was rumoured that Inter had shown an interest in the former Italian international, but Sky Sport Italia now claim his destination is the red and black side of San Siro. It’s suggested that Milan will take Borriello on loan, though there are some problems still to be worked out.

The same source believes Roma would have to pay a percentage of his wages during the loan period and he still has some issues with a few members of the squad.

Borriello first joined Milan in 2003-04, going out on loan to Reggina, Sampdoria, Treviso and Genoa before returning from 2008 to 2010. The center-forward went to Roma in August 2010 with a year’s loan and compulsory €10 million buy-out clause.


4 responses to “Roma Striker Marco Borriello Set For Milan Return

  1. Believe in it or not, I really like hi. I áleas remembering his dirt work in UCL 09/10. He is Best than many people think, even though heis not a top player.


    • Maybe I’m saying this for the 100th time in my life – he is a great striker, with a perfect left foot skills and a great visibility for goals… BUT he is not a REAL MAN with DIGNITY.
      My respect for him was on the highest level until he left for Roma. Either Milan sold him or he wanted to leave, still doesn’t change the fact that he has spitted on Milan after the departure. He has have done it before in 2005 or 2006 (don’t quite remember), but this time that was it! Not a single Milan fan would be happy with his return…
      Plus his salary is €4 million per year! With that money we could pay half of Kaka’s… If someone deserves to return than it is Kaka, no doubt and Milan should focus on finding a way to unlock the negotiations for the Brazilian and not start new ones with someone who doesn’t even have the dignity to wear this jersey.
      However we, the fans aren’t a factor at all…


  2. I understand your point of view and agree that Borriello had “some” problems with former colleagues and fans after his departure for AS Roma – specially in that match he decided, in december 2010 if I’m not wrong.

    But do not take it so seriously. Abbiati did the same during his spell at Turin and no one remember that.

    Relax. little lady. Just relax…

    PS: I just realize how many “likes” do you have in a certain social network. WOW!


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