Experienced striker Marco Borriello looks set to return to Roma in the summer, according to Il Corriere dello Sport.
The 30-year-old is currently on loan at Genoa from Roma, and it was widely expected that his stay at Stadio Luigi Ferraris would be made permanent in the summer.
However, the latest reports seem to suggest that he does have a future at Stadio Olimpico after all.
The Giallorossi are set to cash in on Pablo Daniel Osvaldo, but rather than signing a new high-profile striker, they aim to give Mattia Destro a chance to shine.
With the talented forward still lacking in experience, Roma officials believe the return of Marco Borriello would be beneficial for the 22-year-old.
Borriello boast a wealth of Serie A experience, and while he still has several good years ahead of him, it is believed the former Milan and Juventus forward would be a good role model for Mattia Destro.