Chelsea youngster could make Serie A move

Chelsea’s teenage striker Fabio Borini could be heading back to Italy when his contract expires next summer, according to The Sun.
Borini, 19, progressed through the youth system at his local club Bologna, but before he made an appearance for the club he was snapped up by Chelsea. The transfer is one of several examples of young Italian players moving abroad due to Serie A rules that limit the contracts that can be offered to them.
But Borini has failed to break through at Chelsea and has made only a handful of appearances for the club, although they still have faith in his ability. His agent Marco De Marchi has claimed that the Italy Under-21 international is still weighing up his future.
De Marchi said: “I want to clarify that Chelsea have already made a contract proposal to us. We have not yet reached an agreement.
“Other clubs want him? As his agent, I cannot talk with other teams until after January. The player’s contract is due to expire in 2011 and he has made several appearances in Chelsea and with the Under-21 national team so surely he’s going to be an in-demand player.” Welcome Bonus Offer Betway

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