AS Roma have bought the remaining 50
percent of former Chelsea striker Fabio Borini's contract and
now own the player outright, the club said on Saturday.
Roma formerly part-owned him with Serie A rivals Parma but
an offer of 4.9 million euros in a sealed
envelope bid proved enough to ensure that Borini would stay at
the Stadio Olimpico.
There had been media speculation in Italy and England that
the ex-Swansea City player could link up again with former coach
Brendan Rodgers who is now in charge at Liverpool.
Borini, a member of the Italian squad at the European
Championship, spent last season on loan at Roma.
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