Fabio Borini is closing in on completing a move from AC Milan to Genoa, according to a report, with personal terms having been agreed.
Borini has not featured since the second game of the season and has racked up just 70 minutes of league action so far, with Pioli seemingly not keen on using him.
Genoa-based outlet il Secolo XIX were among the first to report that the 28-year-old has been identified as a target for Genoa as they look to strengthen in the upcoming mercato, having found themselves in the midst of a relegation battle.
Then, Calciomercato.com added that the Rossoblu have taken ‘important steps’ to try and secure the signature of the former Roma and Liverpool man, while La Gazzetta dello Sport journalist Nicolo Schira added that Borini’s departure to Genoa is a formality.
Now, La Gazzetta have offered a fresh update on the situation by claiming that personal terms have been agreed between Borini and Genoa via his agent Roberto de Fanti. Now, all that remains is for a fee to be agreed before the forward’s two-and-a-half year stay comes to an end.
Genoa are very close to signing Borini who have agreed personal terms with Il Grifone who now have to strike a deal with Milan [Gazzetta dello Sport]
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