ROMA SEAL BORINI CAPTURE

AS Roma have completed the capture of Liverpool target Fabio Borini.

Last Updated: 23/06/12 at 22:31 Post Comment

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Roma now own former Chelsea striker Fabio Borini outright after buying the remaining 50 per cent of the player.

Roma formerly part-owned him with Serie A rivals Parma but an offer of 4.9 million euros (£3.95million) in a sealed envelope bid proved enough to ensure that Borini would stay at the Stadio Olimpico.

There had been media speculation in Italy and England that the ex-Swansea City player could link up again with former coach Brendan Rodgers, who is now in charge at Liverpool.

Borini, a member of the Italian squad at the European Championship, spent last season on loan at Roma, scoring nine times in 24 Serie A appearances.

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