GENOA NEWS

Genoa President Enrico Preziosi told protesting fans “I’ll make them happy by leaving. We’ve hit rock bottom again” after a 5-0 defeat to Atalanta.
Alejandro ‘Papu’ Gomez scored a hat-trick, but Andrea Conti was the star with an amazing overhead kick as Atalanta demolished Genoa.
Join us for all the build-up and action from today’s seven Serie A games, including Torino-Udinese, Pescara-Milan, Fiorentina-Bologna and the epic grudge match Napoli-Juventus.
Andrea Mandorlini says Giovanni Simeone's recent goal drought is 'not important.'
Gian Piero Gasperini wants Atalanta to push for European qualification, but admits it can’t be “like other games” as they visit Genoa.
Manchester United and Liverpool are targeting Inter goalkeeper Samir Handanovic, so the Nerazzurri consider his replacement.
Chelsea scouts will reportedly be in Genoa tomorrow to view Atalanta pair Franck Kessie and Andrea Conti.
Giuseppe Rossi’s agent confirmed the Lazio and Genoa target “could absolutely return to Italy and is looking for an ambitious club.”
The referees for Week 30 of Serie A have been announced, with Daniele Orsato assigned to Napoli-Juventus.
Genoa ultras announced more protests against President Enrico Preziosi and warned players to “avoid pathetic attempts to salute the crowd.”
Napoli are reportedly considering Mattia Perin of Genoa, but everything will depend on his fitness.
Gigi Di Biagio prepares Italy Under-21s for tomorrow’s friendly with Spain and celebrates their status as “a font of talent for the senior squad.”
Tomas Rincon has no regrets about joining Juventus despite a lack of game-time, according to his agent.
Atletico Madrid boss Diego Simeone has ruled out the possibility of signing his son Giovanni from Genoa.
Tomas Rincón reflects on his move to Juventus from Genoa, and reveals he could have joined Milan instead.
Gian Piero Gasperini praises Atalanta for their reaction in beating Pescara today.
Andrea Mandorlini feels Genoa “played our game and created the chances to hurt Milan,” but more defensive solidity means less attacking verve.
Vincenzo Montella praised Milan for their “patience” in passing moves to break through a defensive Genoa. “We got three much-needed points.”
Mati Fernandez celebrated his first goal in a Milan jersey to secure the 1-0 victory over a completely ineffective and nervous Genoa.
Join us for all the build-up and action from today’s two big Serie A games, as on-form Inter visit Andrea Belotti’s Torino and decimated Milan host Genoa.