GENOA NEWS

Palermo transfer guru Pietro Lo Monaco announced they have “a verbal agreement” with Genoa to take Ciro Immobile, pending the Marco Borriello row.
Lazio President Claudio Lotito celebrates second place and outlines their transfer strategy for January, including Mauro Zarate.
Marco Borriello was sensationally dropped by Genoa due to “disciplinary reasons,” opening the door for a January move to Inter.
Inter President Massimo Moratti admits their Scudetto hopes have been hit hard by recent results. “Nine points might be too many.”
Andrea Stramaccioni couldn't believe Marko Livaja's miss, while Gigi Del Neri treasured Genoa's point.
Andrea Stramaccioni feels Inter did what they could to earn a point against Genoa, but “the foundations are in place for a great 2013.”
Esteban Cambiasso fought back to give Inter a slender point at home to Genoa, but Marko Livaja missed from a yard!
The lunch-time kick-off sees Inter welcome Genoa to San Siro, so Diego Milito, Antonio Cassano and Rodrigo Palacio start, but Marco Borriello is dropped after a row.
There are reports Marco Borriello is dropped for today’s 11.30am GMT clash with Inter after a row with Genoa director Rino Foschi.
The variations to the Serie A schedule and kick-offs have been confirmed from Week 19 to Week 29.
Fredy Guarin has been left out of Inter's squad for the game against Genoa tomorrow after the FIGC rejected the club's suspension appeal.
Genoa have announced that they will sign five more players after doing deals for Antonio Floro Flores and Francelino Matuzalem.
Genoa are reportedly interested in signing Matias Silvestre in January given his struggles at Inter.
Alexander Merkel has agreed to leave Genoa for Udinese in January, reports the Gazzetta dello Sport.
Palermo have admitted that they would be interested in signing Ciro Immobile from Genoa in January.
Serie A side Udinese are in talks with Genoa about signing Alexander Merkel, it has been confirmed.
Antonio Floro Flores is on the verge of re-joining Genoa after watching the Grifone in action on Sunday afternoon.
Gigi Del Neri insists Genoa are on the right track, but Giampiero Ventura has regrets over this point.
Milan were aided by two own goals when beating Pescara, but Roma were stunned in the fog by Sergio Pellissier.
Giampiero Ventura realises it is “a delicate duel with Genoa” this afternoon, as Torino try not to get sucked back into the relegation zone.