Borja Valero returns home

The 35-year-old Spanish footballer, trained in the Real Madrid quarry, returns to Fiorentina after spending three seasons at Inter.


Spanish international midfielder Borja Valero has reached an agreement to return to Fiorentina after spending three seasons at Inter Milan.

Borja, born in Madrid on January 12, 1985, already played in the Viola squad between 2012 and 2017 and became one of the architects of the team that managed to qualify for continental tournaments four times. He played 212 games and scored seventeen goals, a much more decisive and important participation than at Inter, where in these last campaigns he accumulated one hundred presences and five goals.

Borja Valero, who will wear number 6 on his shirt, seeks to regain continuity in a club where he was always well loved and admired for his quality and performance. Trained in the Real Madrid quarry, in whose first team he even made his debut, he then played for Mallorca, West Bromwich Albion and Villarreal before leaving in 2012 for Florence. He became an international on one occasion, against the United States, on June 4, 2011.

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