GENOA NEWS

Milan Vice-President Adriano Galliani is holding transfer talks with Genoa chief Enrico Preziosi on Tuesday.
Francesco Lodi has no regrets about not joining an Italian giant this summer. “I’m honoured to be at Genoa.”
Fabio Liverani’s Genoa notched up a 0-0 draw away to Stoke City, who are just a week away from starting their season.
“I certainly want to play in Serie A,” whether it’s for Genoa or Roma, said Nacional hitman Gonzalo Bueno.
Genoa take on Stoke City today and goalkeeper Mattia Perin has a new tactic for Peter Crouch. “I’ll bring a ladder!”
Alberto Gilardino and Luca Antonelli are “very happy” to be in the Italy side against Argentina.
Genoa are targeting a move for Real Zaragoza defender Alvaro, according to reports in the Italian Press.
New Genoa signing Francesco Lodi has claimed that the advent of video technology has made life difficult for attackers.
Luca Antonelli is happy to continue his career at Genoa despite attracting the transfer interest of two Serie A giants.
Genoa confirm they are in talks for Milan strikers M’Baye Niang and Kinglsey Boateng.
Catania and Genoa are considering the option of taking Kingsley Boateng on loan from Milan this summer.
Genoa have set their sights on Malmo’s Iraqi-Swedish trequartista Jiloan Hamad.
Genoa are hoping to sign Bordeaux’s Henri Saivet as Adel Taarabt looks to be on his way to Fulham.
Genoa will hold talks with Queens Park Rangers on Monday in a bid to land Adel Taarabt, reports the Gazzetta dello Sport.
Genoa’s Alberto Gilardino could end up at Inter in a deal that sees Ezequiel Schelotto head in the other direction.
The changes to Week 1 and 2 have been confirmed, starting with Verona-Milan although they could change with the UEFA draws.
Genoa have released their shirt numbers for the 2013-14 season, as new signing Francesco Lodi takes the 10.
Coach Fabio Liverani wasn’t too enthusiastic even after Genoa beat West Bromwich Albion. “We can improve.”
Genoa President Enrico Preziosi confirmed Milan striker M’Baye Niang “could be the right reinforcement.”
Daniele Portanova is happy with Genoa’s preseason preparations so far, and admits that he can’t wait for the season to start.