Official: Marco Borriello Leaves Milan & Joins Roma After Rejecting Juventus Loan Move

Marco Borriello has now joined Roma after rejecting a loan move to Juventus...
Marco Borriello is a Roma player after agreeing to join the club on loan from Milan.

The striker arrives in Rome after he rejected a loan move to Juventus earlier. He made clear only a permanent deal would see him leave the Rossoneri.

But, Milan confirmed the deal is a loan, with Roma having the right to purchase the player.

A statement on Milan's official website reads:

"AC Milan communicate to have given Roma Marco Borriello on a temporary basis."

After Juve failed in their attempts, the Lupi jumped in.

Sky Sport Italia
claim Unicredit approved the transfer after speaking with Rosella Sensi and they guaranteed €15 million for the transfer.

The loan will cost Roma €2m and the Giallorossi can pay a remaining €13m next year to sign him permanently.

Speaking to Sky Sport Italia Borriello added, "I am now a Roma player and I am very happy."

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