Roma set Borriello price

According to Corriere dello Sport, Roma has set their asking price for Marco Borriello, with Juventus believed to be interested in the striker.
The player has been on the periphery in the capital since Luis Enrique took over and is set for a January exit after limited playing time.
A report from the newspaper suggests the move in January would initially be a loan deal worth €1 million, while there would be a fixed sale price of €7.5 million in June.
Should Juve agree, the loan must be made permanent at the end of the season as Marseille are also interested and are looking to sign him permanently, which Roma prefers.
A further stumbling block for Juve appears to be the number of strikers in the squad already. Amauri is set to leave, but there are no current plans for Vincenzo Iaquinta and Luca Toni.
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