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Marco BorrielloMarco Borriello (born 18 June 1982 in Napoli) is an Italian footballer who plays striker for Serie A club Juventus, on loan from Roma.

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He has previously played for other Italian clubs, including Milan, Sampdoria, Treviso, Reggina, Empoli, Triestina, Roma, and Genoa.

Borriello came up through the ranks of Milan but was transferred to Treviso on loan before having the chance to prove himself at the club. After another move, he made his professional debut for Triestina in Serie C2, subsequently returning to Treviso. His 10 goals in 27 Serie C1 games with Treviso led to Milan's recalling him in June 2002.

Borriello made his Serie A debut for A.C. Milan on 21 September 2002 against Perugia but failed to establish himself and spent much of the next few years on loan at other Serie A clubs.
After only 3 appearances for Milan, he went on to shine for league rival Empoli for the rest of the 2002–03 Serie A season. He returned to Milan for the 2003–04 season but played in just 4 games. In the 2004–05 season, he was on loan to Reggina. In the 2005–06 season he was once again sent on loan, this time to Sampdoria along with Milan teammates Samuele Dalla Bona and Ignazio Abate. Borriello left Sampdoria in January 2006 for a six-month loan stint at Treviso where he scored his then-career best of 5 Serie A goals. Treviso were relegated that season.

Borriello was recalled to the Milan first team in the summer of 2006 after Milan sold star striker Andriy Shevchenko to Chelsea and Marcio Amoroso was released from the club. However, his future was put in jeopardy when on 21 December 2006 while serving his first full Milan season. He tested positive in a drug test for prednisolone and prednisone after the 11th match of the 2006/2007 Serie A season. After confirmation of the test results in January 2007, he was suspended until 21 March 2007. Borriello later admitted he had taken the substances to treat an STD he had caught from his girlfriend at the time.

On 21 June 2007, Borriello was sold to Genoa in a co-ownership deal with Milan, for €1.8 million. Borriello helped newly-promoted Genoa get their first win of the season, scoring his first hat-trick at the expense of Udinese. The game ended 3–2, with the striker scoring from the penalty spot in the 76th minute. Incidentally, in the return fixture on 24 February 2008 in Udine, Borriello hit another hat-trick in a 5–3 away win, reaching 15 league goals in the process. He finished the season with 19. This mark made him third in the league behind Juventus pair Alessandro Del Piero and David Trézéguet.

Borriello received his first Italian national team call-up for a friendly against Portugal, which took place on 6 February 2008 in Zürich, Switzerland. He replaced Luca Toni for the final twenty minutes, with Italy winning 3–1. He also played in the next two friendlies, coming on as a substitute for Toni on both occasions. Borriello was in the squad for Euro 2008 but did not play.

He was in Marcello Lippi's 28-man provisional 2010 FIFA World Cup squad but was not included in the 23-man final squad.

Borriello grew up in the area of San Giovanni a Teduccio in Napoli. His father was killed when he was still a child, and he was raised along with siblings Fabio and Piergiorgio by his mother Margherita.

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