Juventus will reportedly consider buying Marco Borriello from Roma if they can negotiate a cut-price deal.
The striker joined the Turin giants in January on a €500,000 loan, with the option to sign him outright in the summer for a further €8m.
A Turin future did look unlikely for the player given his subsequent performances for the Old Lady, but he’s now scored two goals in his last two games for the club.
As a result, the Bianconeri will ponder keeping the Italian international in Turin – but only if they can negotiate a reduced fee.
Juve director general Beppe Marotta and assistant Fabio Paratici will allegedly open talks with the Giallorossi to see whether they have any room for manoeuvre.
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