Fabio Borini wants Roma to sign him outright from Parma once his loan spell at the Stadio Olimpico comes to an end.
The Italian Under-21 international joined Parma in the summer after his Chelsea contract expired, but he then moved to Roma on transfer deadline day on a temporary basis until June 2012.
Reports have suggested that Borini’s future has already been discussed by the two clubs and the forward’s agent has revealed the player’s desire.
“Fabio wants to stay at Roma,” Marco De Marchi told Voce Giallorossa. “Roma are the best possible choice for him in Italy.
“It’s quite clear what my client wants and both clubs know of his intentions. Now an agreement has to be reached.”
Borini, currently sidelined after picking up an injury in the Week 10 loss to Milan, is still just 20-years-old.
The ex-Swansea player has scored one goal in 415 minutes of Serie A football so far this season.
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