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Monday January 21 2019
Borini: Never close to China

Milan forward Fabio Borini insists ‘I was never close to China’ after his goal against Genoa on Monday.

Borini put speculation linking him with Shenzhen FC behind him at Marassi, replacing Samu Castillejo in Milan’s attack and scoring in a 2-0 victory.

“I was never close to China,” he told MilanNews.it after the game.

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Monday January 21 2019
Milan take victory from Marassi

Milan started life without Gonzalo Higuain with a crucial 2-0 victory away to Genoa, as Fabio Borini and Suso goals put them back in fourth place.

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Tuesday January 8 2019
Leonardo: 'Higuain must get to work'

Milan director Leonardo had harsh words for Gonzalo Higuain, while confirming there were “no formal offers for Fabio Borini or Alen Halilovic.”

He spoke to the media after the presentation Press conference for Lucas Paquetá and did not hold back on unsettled Higuain.

“He has to make a decision and take on his share of the responsibility,” said Leo. “Not this continual yes, no, I’m not sure. He had a tough moment, he has to put it behind him and get to work.

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Saturday January 5 2019
Report: Shenzhen drop Borini bid

After reports Shenzhen FC were close to meeting Milan’s €10m asking price for Fabio Borini, it’s now claimed the Chinese club has abandoned talks.

There had been suggestions in La Gazzetta dello Sport that the offer was €8.5m and the Rossoneri were holding out for a little more.

However, this evening SpazioMilan and La Repubblica report that Shenzhen FC have pulled out of negotiations and no longer have any interest in signing the forward.

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Friday January 4 2019
Borini to China moving closer

Milan forward Fabio Borini is moving closer to a move to Shenzhen, with reports they’ve raised their offer to €8.5m.

The Chinese Superleague club are keen to bring the Italian international to the Far East, while the Rossoneri hope to use his sale to give them room for manoeuvre on the transfer market.

The deal hit a stumbling block though, as Chinese rules mean Shenzhen must put an equal amount to any transfer fee paid into a player development fund.

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Wednesday January 2 2019
Milan haggle over Borini price

Milan want at least €10m for Fabio Borini, according to reports, while Shenzhen will only go to €7.5m.

The Italian international has agreed in principle to a three-year contract worth €5m per season, but there’s still no deal with his club.

According to calciomercato.com, the Rossoneri started out with an asking price of €15m, but they would be willing to go as low as €10m.

That’s still a long way from Shenzhen’s offer though, which is believed to be around €7.5m.

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Sunday December 30 2018
Borini closer to Shenzhen

Milan are reportedly in advanced negotiations to sell Fabio Borini to Chinese club Shenzhen FC.

According to the latest rumours emanating from San Siro, talks for the 27-year-old are progressing well.

Borini has agreed basic terms for a three-year contract worth €5m per season.

The versatile forward joined Milan for €6m from Sunderland in 2017.

So far this season, he has contributed one goal and one assist in 12 competitive appearances.

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Thursday December 27 2018
Report: Borini set for China

Milan striker Fabio Borini is reportedly set to join Chinese club Shenzhen FC on a permanent deal.

According to Calciomercato.com, Borini’s agent is leaving for Hong Kong, where he will meet Shenzhen officials for talks.

The website explains Clarence Seedorf’s former side are ‘serious’ about signing the Italian, who in turn is ‘flattered’ by their interest.

The 27-year-old was one of 11 players to join Milan in the summer of 2017 but has scored just six goals for the Rossoneri.

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Sunday December 23 2018
Shenzhen FC interest in Borini

Fabio Borini and Milan are said to be considering a proposal to join Chinese club Shenzhen FC in January, but want €15m.

According to Calciomercato.com, the Rossoneri are eager to get Borini’s large salary off their books as soon as possible.

The former Sunderland man arrived with wages worth €2.5m net per year and his contract runs to June 2021.

He has scored one goal this season in 11 competitive appearances, struggling with injuries and being played out of position, including at times as a full-back.

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Saturday December 8 2018
Borini out of Milan squad for Torino

Milan will be without Fabio Borini against Torino on Sunday, as he is suffering from an ankle injury.

It kicks off on Sunday at 19.30 GMT, click here for a match preview.

The Rossoneri have an epic injury crisis, missing the likes of Alessio Romagnoli, Mattia Caldara, Mateo Musacchio, Lucas Biglia and Giacomo Bonaventura.

Borini has been added to the list, because Gennaro Gattuso confirmed he had some ankle issues in training.

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