Roma, Borriello returns to Genoa

Marco Borriello returns to Genoa after a few not unforgettable years passed around the world.
The Italian striker finally decided to return to the only team that gave him the possibility to express his qualities on the playing field. Borriello, that was only 5 months far away to the end of his contract with Roma, accepted Preziosi’s offer and in the next few hours he will join Gasperini’s team. Genoa is already super excited to see him back even if during the past few years we cannot say that Borriello was a football player. Genoa’s president Preziosi released a short interview to Radio Uno in which he confirmed the deal:
“Borriello will play with Genoa and Matri with Juventus. The deals are closed.”
A couple of years ago Roma sent him on loan in England but after a few matches played with West Ham he got injured and he couldn’t play anymore until the end of the season. Obviously, West Ham’s management decided to let him go back to Rome not even thinking to his redemption.
During this season Borriello stayed at Roma but Rudi Garcia never let him play. Probably, the French coach had an agreement with the club that was hoping to convince him to try another experience with another team.
Finally Marco Borriello decided to restart his career as a football player involved in the fortunes of his team. The Italian striker joins Genoa at the end of a stressful story with Roma. Everyone seems to be happy right now and finally for Roma and Borriello another story is ready to begin.

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About Stefano Bernardini 3719 Articles
A Roman between New York, Philadelphia, and Rome achieving his dreams. Persistence can make extraordinary things happen. Editor of AS ROMA 360 | Collaborated with & Calcio e Finanza | Reported on Major League Soccer | Featured on Bleacher Report & OneFootball EN.

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