GENOA NEWS

The Lega Serie A has announced the fixture changes up to Week 28 of the season.
Giuseppe Rossi is reportedly edging toward a Fiorentina exit, with Real Betis interested in his signature.
There are reports that Milan winger Suso has signed a deal to join Genoa on loan in January.
Genoa and Sampdoria are set to battle it out for the signature of Fiorentina’s Mati Fernandez in January, say reports.
Milan CEO Adriano Galliani confirmed Kevin-Prince Boateng’s arrival and the Suso move to Genoa.
Roma director Walter Sabatini warned Rudi Garcia critics that “there will be no blood today, not that of the Coach anyway.”
Gian Piero Gasperini felt Genoa “could’ve got a result and we’re angry to lose” 2-0 at Roma.
Rudi Garcia feels Roma “can see the light at the end of the tunnel” after their 2-0 victory over Genoa.
Alessandro Florenzi said the embrace for Rudi Garcia was decided by Roma players before their 2-0 win over Genoa.
Alessandro Florenzi and 18-year-old Umar Sadiq beat Genoa 2-0 despite Edin Dzeko’s red card, but is it enough for Rudi Garcia?
Roma director Italo Zanzo admits “there is a continual evaluation” of Rudi Garcia’s situation.
Iago Falque insists the Roma squad “are all united with the Coach and I don’t think the Genoa game will be decisive.”
This could be Rudi Garcia’s last game on the Roma bench and he pairs Gervinho with Mohamed Salah against Genoa.
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Genoa goalkeeper Mattia Perin is “ready for a big club and Roma would be ideal,” said his agent.
Sky Sport Italia claim Genoa will get an option to buy when taking Suso on loan from Milan.
Gian Piero Gasperini assures Genoa will face Roma “without fear, even though we’re in an injury crisis.”
Roma call Juan Manuel Iturbe for his last game against Genoa, but Francesco Totti and Vasilis Torosidis miss out.
Mario Balotelli is out of Milan’s trip to Frosinone and Suso has already completed his loan to Genoa.
Rudi Garcia insists Roma’s “only failure was the Coppa Italia, but if I don’t feel useful to the players, I’ll step aside.”