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Thursday October 31 2013
Gilardino makes Genoa pledge

Alberto Gilardino is happy to be making transfer headlines, but he’s committed himself to current club Genoa.

Toronto FC are understood to be planning a January bid for the Italian international striker, but he doesn’t seem interested.

“It’s always a good thing that people are talking about me,” the former Parma, Milan and Fiorentina ace stated.

“However, I’m a Genoa player and I want to remain here, always doing well in the process.”

Gilardino was the match-winner on Wednesday as, although he missed a penalty, he did net the only goal of the game in a 1-0 over Parma.

“It was a really intense tie,” the man who spent last season at Bologna noted. “The win was so important as it has allowed us to take a step forward.

“What we showed out there on the pitch is what the fans want to see.”

Genoa, now bossed by Gian Piero Gasperini, are joint twelfth in the Serie A standings. They are away at Lazio this weekend.

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