Italian international Marco
Borriello joined Genoa, one of his former clubs, from AS Roma
for an undisclosed fee on Friday.
"Il Grifone has rediscovered one of those strikers who has
written his recent history to the sound of goals," Genoa
announced on their website.
The 30-year-old forward spent six months on loan at Italian
champions Juventus last season, scoring twice in 13 appearances,
but failed to impress manager Antonio Conte enough to seal a
Borriello's previous spell at Genoa during the 2007-08
season yielded 19 goals in 35 games before he returned to AC
Milan, the club where he began his career and that still
His return to Genoa was made possible following the
departure of Alberto Gilardino who has joined Bologna on loan.
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