Borja Valero is ready to return for the first time to the Artemio Franchi stadium as an opponent. The Spanish midfielder, who arrived at Inter in the summer after some problems with Fiorentina’s management, is getting ready to embrace his former fans who wanted to keep him in Tuscany. The Spanish veteran has not forgot the warmth and the affection towards him, as his wife Rocio admitted to newspaper Corriere Fiorentino.
The newspaper wrote: “After the Fiorentina-Inter match, the championship will stop for two weeks and for this reason the Valero family will take advantage to stay in the city of Florence for a few days. The first appointment on the agenda is for wife Rocìo, who will run the Befana Marathon. But before that there will be the game, which will also be watched by son Alvaro and his younger daughter Lucia alongside friends of Florence and all fans of Fiorentina. Friday night will divide many hearts in half as Borja continues to consider this city as his own, and with rumours that once he has stopped playing he will come back to live here. Perhaps the atmosphere at the stadium on Friday at the Franchi stadium could help him make this decision.”