GENOA NEWS

Genoa Coach Ivan Juric wants to “play a game with our features” tomorrow but warns “Juventus can win in 1000 ways”.
Juventus boss Max Allegri insists no-one will be signed to cover Claudio Marchisio but believes Rodrigo Bentancur can be a “surprise package”.
Massimiliano Irrati will take charge as Roma welcome Inter, as the Serie A Week 2 referees are announced.
Genoa are in advanced negotiations to send Serge Gakpe to Amiens on loan with option to buy, though Angers are also interested.
Genoa’s President claims “Juventus haven’t put Stefano Sturaro on the market” but that Cristian Ansaldi will “surely” return if he leaves Inter.
Luca Rigoni is ready to leave Genoa due to a lack of playing time, with Chievo and Spal interested in taking him on.
Kwadwo Asamoah is reportedly set for Galatasaray, but Juventus have asked Stephan Lichtsteiner to stay.
Genoa had the better chances in a goalless draw away to Sassuolo, rattling the crossbar and forcing a great save with 15-year-old Eddy Salcedo Mora.
Join us for all the build-up and action from this evening’s eight Serie A games, including Atalanta-Roma, Crotone-Milan, Lazio-Spal and the massive Inter-Fiorentina.
Luciano Spalletti has some big choices to make for Inter, while Fiorentina could start Giovanni Simeone at San Siro tonight.
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Genoa are investing in South America again with Argentinos Juniors midfielder Esteban Rolon flying out for a medical.
Genoa are in negotiations for Wisla Krakow’s Croatian midfielder Petar Brlek, who would cost €2m plus bonuses.
Ivan Juric confirmed new buys Luca Rossettini and Andrej Galabinov will start for Genoa against Sassuolo, while Diego Laxalt is uncertain.
Genoa have confirmed the signing of experienced defender Luca Rossettini from Torino.
Marco Borriello is heading towards Spal, so Cagliari aim to replace him with Napoli outcast Leonardo Pavoletti.
Marco Borriello is eager to leave Cagliari, according to multiple reports, with Spal, Bologna and Genoa interested.
Bologna have officially signed former Inter striker Rodrigo Palacio as a free agent. “I was really impressed with the training facilities.”
Leonardo Pavoletti could stay at Napoli until January, as he doesn’t want to join Deportivo Alaves.
Luca Rossettini is taking his medicals with Genoa, ahead of a loan move from Torino.