Roma have reportedly told Juventus that they must match the offer made by Marseille if they want to sign Marco Borriello in January.
The Old Lady have been linked with the Italian international and the capital club have now underlined the terms and conditions which must be met if the striker is to be sold.
The Corriere dello Sport claims that the Giallorossi want €1m for his six month loan, but Juve would be forced to sign him at the end of the season for €7.5m.
It is claimed that French giants Marseille have already agreed to such a deal with the Stadio Olimpico outfit.
Juventus are said to be pondering meeting Roma’s expectations, although they could only commit if they successfully reduce their attacking options in January.
The Old Lady are overflowing with forwards which is the reason why they will attempt to get rid of Luca Toni, Amauri and Vincenzo Iaquinta in the New Year.
Amauri is being paired with Genoa and Tottenham, while Fiorentina have this morning been linked with Iaquinta.
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