According to the latest reports, Juventus have finalised details to sign Marco Borriello on loan from Roma with an option to buy for €7.5m.
The striker has spent most of this season on the bench, as he is not a part of Coach Luis Enrique’s tactical plans.
Sky Sport Italia claim that a deal has been struck this afternoon and they are only waiting until January 3 to make the move official.
Borriello will join on loan for the next six months at a cost of €1m, plus an option to buy him outright in July for a further €7.5m.
Juventus have also reportedly agreed personal terms with agent Tiberio Cavalieri.
Meanwhile, negotiations with Roma continue with a January bid for midfielder David Pizarro.
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