|Name:||Marco Borriello (on loan from Roma)|
|Date of Birth:||18/06/1982|
|Height:||5' 11" (180cm)|
|Weight:||11st 7lbs (73.0kg)|
|Clubs:||AC Milan, Juventus (loan), Empoli (loan), Sampdoria (loan), Genoa (loan), West Ham Utd (loan)|
Born: 18 June 1982, Naples, Italy
Former clubs: AC Milan, Trestina (loan), Treviso (loan), Empoli (loan), Reggina (loan), Sampdoria (loan), Treviso (loan), Genoa, AC Milan, Roma, Juventus (loan), Genoa (loan)
Italian international striker Marco Borriello joined the Hammers on loan from AS Roma in the January 2014 transfer window.
Capped seven times, Borriello adds strength, presence and goals to Sam Allardyce's squad.
The 31-year-old has spent the past decade in the Italian top-flight, appearing in the UEFA Champions League scoring nearly 100 career goals - many of them spectacular - for Roma, AC Milan, Juventus and Genoa, among others.
Borriello made his Italy debut as a substitute for Luca Toni in a 3-1 friendly win over Belgium in Florence in May 2008...Has since featured in five further friendlies and a Euro 2012 qualifier with Northern Ireland in October 2010.
Before West Ham
Joined AC Milan as a schoolboy before making his senior debut during a loan spell at Serie C2 side Triestina in 2001...Ten goals in 27 Serie C1 appearances for loan club Treviso led to a Serie A debut for AC Milan against Perugia on 21 September 2002...After further loan spells with Serie A clubs Empoli, Reggina, Sampdoria and Treviso, enjoyed a breakthrough season with Genoa - who had acquired co-ownership of him - in 2007/08...That season, the forward scored his first career hat-trick against Udinese in September 2007lllA treble in the reverse fixture in February 2008 helped him to 19 goals in 35 Serie A appearances...Spent the next two seasons with AC Milan, with 2009/10 being particularly successful - netting 14 goals in 26 league games and his maiden UEFA Champions League strike against French side Marseille...Moved to Roma in summer 2010, despite reported interest from Barclays Premier League side Manchester City, and continued to find the net regularly, netting 17 in all competitions...A change of manager saw him fall out of favour at the Stadio Olimpico and he moved to Juventus on loan in January 2012, helping the Old Lady to win the Serie A title and reach the Italian Cup final...After spending the 2012/13 season with Genoa, returned to Roma for a second spell last summer, making eleven Serie A appearances this season.
|Genoa||2012 - 13||League||26 (2)||12|
|Juventus||2011 - 12||League||6 (7)||3|
|Roma||2011 - 12||League||2 (5)||0|
|Euro Cups||0 (1)||0|
|Roma||2010 - 11||League||25 (9)||11|
|Euro Cups||5 (3)||4|
|AC Milan||2010 - 11||League||1 (0)||0|
|AC Milan||2009 - 10||League||27 (2)||14|
|Euro Cups||4 (1)||1|
|AC Milan||2008 - 09||League||6 (1)||1|
|Euro Cups||0 (1)||1|
|Genoa||2007 - 08||League||32 (3)||19|
|AC Milan||2006 - 07||League||4 (5)||1|
|Euro Cups||1 (2)||0|
|Sampdoria||2005 - 06||League||1 (8)||2|
|Euro Cups||0 (2)||0|
|AC Milan||2003 - 04||League||0 (4)||0|
|Euro Cups||1 (0)||0|
|Empoli||2002 - 03||League||5 (7)||1|
|AC Milan||2002 - 03||League||0 (3)||0|
|Euro Cups||0 (1)||0|