GENOA NEWS

Paolo Tagliavento will officiate Roma-Genoa this weekend, while Luca Banti is in charge of Sampdoria-Napoli, as the race for second goes down to the wire.
Giampiero Ventura called a host of new faces for Italy’s friendly against San Marino in Empoli on May 31, including Mattia Caldara, Federico Chiesa and Domenico Berardi.
Francesco Totti has confirmed that Sunday's match with Genoa will be his last for Roma.
Francesco Totti has reportedly received a one-year contract offer from an unnamed Serie A club.
Reports suggest that former Leeds United owner Massimo Cellino could purchase Genoa from Enrico Preziosi.
Genoa President Enrico Preziosi confirmed Ivan Juric will remain as the Coach next season. “He’s one of the best in Serie A if given an adequate squad.”
Roma released the images of their new kit for the 2017-18 season, which will be worn on Francesco Totti’s last game on Sunday.
Claudio Ranieri warns fans that Francesco Totti’s final match this Sunday is historic, but “Roma comes first, then Francesco.”
Monchi is adamant Francesco Totti “will retire on Sunday and then we’ll see what his future holds. It’s strange working at Roma and I have mixed feelings.”
Genoa President Enrico Preziosi confirms he wants to sell, and “definitely” shouldn’t have let Tomas Rincon leave in January.
Luciano Spalletti admits “I don’t know if” Roma-Genoa on Sunday “really will be Francesco Totti’s farewell.”
The schedule for the final round of the Serie A season has been announced, with Roma-Genoa and Sampdoria-Napoli early on Sunday.
Join us for all the action from the penultimate Serie A round, as Juventus can clinch the Scudetto with Crotone, Milan for Europe with Bologna, the relegation dogfight and tonight’s Lazio-Inter.
Ivan Juric is looking to build 'a great future' for Genoa after the Griffone secured Serie A safety.
Genoa have mathematically secured their Serie A safety with a 2-1 victory over Torino thanks to Luca Rigoni and Giovanni Simeone.
Empoli’s Serie A status will go down to the wire, as it’s between them and Crotone now after this defeat to Atalanta.
After Juventus wrapped-up the title with a win over Crotone, Football Italia looks back at the games that decided the Scudetto.
Juventus have clinched their all-time record sixth Serie A title on the trot, beating Crotone 3-0 with Mario Mandzukic, Paulo Dybala and Alex Sandro.
The Scudetto, Europa League qualification and relegation issues could all be decided in this afternoon's Serie A matches.
Ivan Juric says Genoa must play 'the game of their lives' against Torino today.