l Started his career at Bologna before moving to Chelsea in 2007.
l Worked with Brendan Rodgers who was a youth team and reserves coach under Jose Mourinho at Stamford Bridge.
l Handed his Chelsea first team debut by Carlo Ancelotti in September 2009 against Tottenham and went on to make eight senior appearances.
l Frustrated at a lack of action, he opted not to sign a new Chelsea deal and moved on loan to Swansea City to play under Rodgers in March 2011.
l Scored six goals in 12 games as the Swans won promotion to the Premier League via the play-offs.
l Parma confirmed they had signed him last July and with the youngster out of contract they only had to pay Chelsea development compensation of around £500,000.
l Last August he was loaned out to Roma who in January entered into a co-ownership deal with Parma. Last month Roma bought the remaining 50% of his rights to own Borini outright.
l Scored 10 goals in 26 games for Roma in all competitions last season.
l Made his senior Italy debut against the United States in February and named in the squad for Euro 2012, although he remained on the bench.