The experienced 34-year-old Italy striker Marco Borriello is on the move once again, with former Milan, AS Roma, Juventus and West Ham striker on verge of securing a summer move to Palermo, which will become his 17th club since 2001-02 season.
Currently an Atalanta player, Marco Borriello is nearing the end of his contract and in two weeks’ time he will be free to sign a proposed two-year with Palermo worth €600,000 per season, Corriere dello Sport has revealed.
Rosanero will first cut ties with another experienced Italian international Alberto Guilardino, who has been Palermo since 2015.
Guilardino scored 10 goals in 33 Serie A appearances but will leave the club during summer to make way for Marco Borriello.
It is understood that Marco Borriello has already gave a nod to Palermo president Mauricio Zamparini and that a deal for the experienced forward will be announced once he is a free agent and out of his contract with Atalanta.