GENOA NEWS

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Fiorentina have agreed to sell Marcos Alonso to Chelsea for €27m, but there are problems over finding a replacement.
Genoa are ready to sign Argentine defender Lucas Orban after he terminates his contract with Valencia.
Napoli’s official radio station confirms Manolo Gabbiadini has an Everton deal, but he can’t leave without a replacement.
Napoli reportedly turn to Wilfried Bony of Manchester City, potentially freeing Manolo Gabbiadini for Everton.
President Enrico Preziosi confirms Hernanes will join Genoa if Tomas Rincon leaves for Crystal Palace.
Juventus midfielder Hernanes is reportedly a target for Genoa, with Tomás Rincón set for Crystal Palace.
Napoli reportedly rejected Everton’s €25m bid for Manolo Gabbiadini, as Genoa play hardball over Leonardo Pavoletti.
Genoa President Enrico Preziosi reveals he rejected €15m plus bonuses from Napoli for Leonardo Pavoletti.
If Fiorentina sell Nikola Kalinic, his replacement could be Genoa's Leonardo Pavoletti, whilst Stevan Jovetic seems imminent.
Carlos Sanchez gave Fiorentina victory, but Sassuolo and Sampdoria are on full points, while Andrea Belotti’s hat-trick sees five-star Torino soar.
Join us for all the build-up and action as it happens from tonight’s EIGHT Serie A games, including Inter-Palermo, Cagliari-Roma, Fiorentina-Chievo and Pescara-Sassuolo.
Giampiero Ventura has named his first Italy squad to face France and Israel, including Gianluigi Donnarumma, Andrea Belotti and Alessio Romagnoli.
Juventus visit Lazio this evening before the huge Napoli v Milan showdown, then on Sunday Inter host Palermo, Roma go to Cagliari and more.
Genoa have asked Milan for striker Gianluca Lapadula, but they have been turned down.
Sebastien De Maio reveals why he left Anderlecht after just a few weeks for a move to Fiorentina. “I was sad and scared.”
Crotone have secured a deal for Genoa right-back Aleandro Rosi.
Inter will sell Caner Erkin and drop Stevan Jovetic, although their destinations aren't entirely clear.
With a new season kicking off after a summer of football, Dave Taylor selects his best Serie A XI from Week 1.
Lazio celebrated a seven-goal thriller in Bergamo, Sassuolo conquered Palermo, while Sampdoria won at Empoli and Bologna squeezed past Crotone.