GENOA NEWS

Milan's M'Baye Niang has reportedly given his consent to a loan move to Genoa, and that the deal will be complete soon.
Sky Sport Italia claim Milan will loan striker M’Baye Niang to Genoa.
Reports suggest that Roma and Genoa have found an agreement for the transfer of striker Marco Borriello to the Grifone.
Eusebio Di Francesco admits Sassuolo’s tendency to concede late goals is becoming a real problem after their 3-3 with Genoa.
Gian Piero Gasperini said “this is the Genoa I like” after three comebacks to hold Sassuolo 3-3.
Fiorentina snatched victory at Chievo in stoppages, while Genoa-Sassuolo was a six-goal thriller, Cagliari caught Udinese and Sampdoria sank Parma.
Gian Piero Gasperini wants to get Genoa back on track, but warns Sassuolo “are dangerous for everyone.”
Genoa have apparently scheduled a meeting on Monday with Roma for striker Marco Borriello, while remaining hopeful for Inter's George Puscas.
Antonio Cassano denies links with Genoa, saying that he ‘loves Sampdoria’ and would like to rejoin them, but for now focus is on ‘saving Parma’.
Genoa, Torino and Crystal Palace are said to be tracking Nantes right-sided attacker Serge Gakpé.
Salvatore Bocchetti could be set for a return to Serie A, with Torino reportedly interested in the centre-back.
There are reports Genoa have a deal with Red Star Belgrade wide attacker Darko Lazovic.
Inter's slow pace in settling a deal for Dani Osvaldo may push Genoa elsewhere, as they begin talks for Roma’s Marco Borriello.
Genoa could ask Inter for help after Alessandro Matri’s injury, requesting Daniel Osvaldo or George Puscas.
Genoa have lost both top scorer Alessandro Matri and big new signing Tino Costa for six weeks.
There are reports in the British Press that Arsenal are considering a bid for Genoa goalkeeper Mattia Perin.
Reports suggest that Genoa are in talks Parma to try to sign Antonio Cassano, even if negotiations remain uncertain.
Gian Piero Gasperini complained that Inter’s second goal should’ve been disallowed as Genoa lost 3-1.
Roberto Mancini was “half-satisfied” with Inter’s 3-1 victory over Genoa and was sore after a ball in the face.
The new-look Inter started with a bang, beating Genoa 3-1 at San Siro on Lukas Podolski’s full debut.