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Friday November 17 2017
Borini bouncing back

While Milan splashed out on star names this summer, Fabio Borini has been the surprise standout performer, writes Richard Hall.

Whilst the Rossoneri were spending in abundance this summer, Fabio Borini arrived with few fans and arguably fewer hopes. His loan move from Sunderland surprised many and would have seen more questions asked, had the likes of Andre Silva and Leonardo Bonucci not been catching the eye of the expectant fan base.

His new club promised much, but as yet have not delivered on expectations, as their players try desperately to gel as a cohesive unit. Despite all the odds however, Borini has been one component that has impressed in his time so far.

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Sunday July 2 2017
Borini: 'Baggio is my hero'

New Milan signing Fabio Borini reveals why Roberto Baggio was his hero “both on and off the field” and the toughest game against the Rossoneri.

The striker arrived on loan with obligation to buy from Sunderland for a total of €6m.

“I remember well facing Milan with Thiago Silva in defence,” he told Milan TV.

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Friday June 30 2017
Borini: 'Milan dream come true'

Fabio Borini admits joining Milan is “a dream come true and I’m ready to do everything – except play in goal! Whatever the team needs, I’ll try to give it.”

The striker arrived from Sunderland today, on loan with obligation to buy at the end of the season for a total of €6m.

“I am only just starting to realise what’s happening,” the 26-year-old said on Milan TV.

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Friday June 30 2017
Official: Milan sign Borini

Milan have officially signed Fabio Borini from Sunderland in a deal worth €6m (£5.3m). “There can be no better club to do my work.”

It is officially a loan with obligation to buy at the end of the season.

The 26-year-old returns to Italy after his spells at Chelsea, Swansea City, Parma, Roma, Liverpool and Sunderland.

He underwent his medical yesterday and signed the contract this afternoon.

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Friday June 30 2017
Borini to Milan imminent

Fabio Borini will be announced as a Milan player in the coming hours, as his agent was seen at the club’s headquarters.

The Sunderland striker took his medicals with the Rossoneri yesterday, ahead of a proposed €6m move.

Now Tuttomercatoweb has spotted Marco De Marchi, his representative, arriving at Casa Milan to officially sign the contract with the Diavolo.

Borini scored two goals in the Premier League last season as the Black Cats were relegated, and has previously played for Chelsea, Roma and Liverpool.

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Thursday June 29 2017
Suso: 'I want to stay at Milan'

Suso confirmed he received “three offers from Champions League clubs, but I want to stay here” at Milan.

The 23-year-old winger’s current contract is due to expire in June 2019 and he has been linked with numerous clubs including Tottenham Hotspur, Roma and Napoli.

“We had an agreement in December to get the contract renewal, but it seems as if right now they have other priorities,” Suso told Sky Sport Italia.

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Thursday June 29 2017
Borini passes Milan medical

Sunderland striker Fabio Borini has passed his Milan medical, and is now heading to the club’s headquarters to sign his contract.

The former Roma man flew in to Italy last night to complete his move to the Rossoneri, and was subjected to medical tests this morning.

Now Sky Italia is reporting that he easily passed the medical, and is now heading to Casa Milan to sign his contract.

Borini is expected to join in a deal worth a total €6m, though it may be structured as a loan with obligation to buy.

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Thursday June 29 2017
Borini having Milan medical

Fabio Borini is undergoing his medical with Milan, as he prepares to join from Sunderland.

It was revealed yesterday that the Rossoneri had a deal in place for the Italian international, and he flew into Italy last night.

It’s expected he’ll join in a €6m deal, though it could be a €1m loan with a €5m obligation to buy next summer.

This morning the Diavolo have confirmed that Borini is undergoing his medical, so he should be officially announced later today, or in the coming days.

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Wednesday June 28 2017
Lazio approach Iran's Azmoun

Lazio lost out on Fabio Borini to Milan, but have Rostov’s Iran international striker Sardar Azmoun in their sights.

The Aquile had been in advanced negotiations with Sunderland, but in the end Borini opted for Milan and arrived today, preparing for tomorrow’s medical.

According to Sky Sport Italia, Lazio have already found an alternative in the form of Azmoun.

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Wednesday June 28 2017
Borini 'happy to be here' for Milan

Fabio Borini is “happy to be here” as he arrived for his Milan medical ahead of a €6m move from Sunderland.

The striker flew in from his vacation in Ibiza this evening and will undergo a medical tomorrow.

It’s reported the clubs agreed terms to sign the 26-year-old for around €6m (£5.3m).

“I’m happy to be here,” he told reporters at Milan’s Malpensa Airport.

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