Fabio Borini will in all likelihood leave Roma this summer, former Italian international Angelo Di Livio has claimed.
Speaking with Radio Mana Mana, the ex-Juventus and Fiorentina winger insists the striker will again be on the move.
“I have spoken with one of Parma President Tommaso Ghirardi’s collaborators and he told me that, in all probability, Borini won’t be signed outright by Roma,” Di Livio noted.
“There is a great club chasing him who could, in the very near future, reach an agreement to buy him from Parma.”
The Euro 2012 squad player moved to Parma from Chelsea last summer on a free transfer. He was then instantly loaned to Roma, who subsequently bought a half share in him during January.
Borini, still only 21, has been linked with the likes of Paris Saint-Germain, Juventus and Inter in recent times.
The forward scored nine goals in 24 League games for the capital giants this season.
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