GENOA NEWS

Gigi Del Neri felt Genoa deserved the success and Stefano Pioli warned Bologna have to grow up.
Milan scraped victory over Siena, but Pescara caused a huge upset by ending Fiorentina’s unbeaten home record.
Stefano Pioli feels today’s trip to Genoa is “a head-to-head relegation dogfight” for Bologna.
Genoa striker Ciro Immobile went to hospital for tests after suffering head trauma during a training ground accident.
As expected, Udinese have officially signed Alexander Merkel and Masahadu Alhassan from Genoa.
Francelino Matuzalem has officially completed his move from Lazio to Genoa on loan with an option to buy.
Anselmo pledged to “show what I can do” after completing his transfer from Genoa to Palermo this afternoon.
Palermo chief Pietro Lo Monaco confirms a deal with Napoli’s Andrea Dossena, but “we are also in talks for Diego Buonanotte, Marquinho and Ciro Immobile.”
Andreas Granqvist had been on the verge of joining Dynamo Kiev, but his agent reveals “there could be a surprise” for the Genoa defender.
Genoa have rejected reports that summer signing Marco Borriello has been made available for transfer.
Cagliari’s next home game against Genoa on January 13 will be played at the Is Arenas after new security upgrades.
Sampdoria and Genoa are said to be duelling on the transfer market for Atalanta winger Ezequiel Schelotto.
There are reports that Palermo made a request to take Marco Borriello on loan from Roma after his row with the Genoa directors.
Andreas Granqvist's agent has admitted that his client is close to an agreement with Dynamo Kiev over a January move.
Reports in Genoa are suggesting that the Marassi outfit will net Mauro Zarate from Lazio next month.
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.