GENOA NEWS

Francesco Lodi has completed his move from Catania to Genoa, with Panagiotis Tachtsidis heading in the other direction.
Mario Alberto Santana says it took just one phone call from boss Fabio Liverani to convince him that joining Genoa would be the right move.
Genoa midfielder Davide Biondini has reiterated to reporters that he wants to stay at the club next season.
Genoa say they know nothing of Napoli’s reported interest in Alberto Gilardino, while the Azzurri have ruled out a bid for Juventus’ Fabio Quagliarella.
Mario Alberto Santana is expected to wrap up his transfer to Genoa at some stage on Wednesday.
Francesco Lodi is on the verge of joining Genoa from Catania after arriving in the port city for his medical.
Genoa will make a move for available Inter stopper Matias Silvestre by the end of this week, claim Sky Sport Italia.
Turkish club Bursaspor have confirmed the signing of Sebastien Frey from Serie A outfit Genoa on Monday.
Genoa goalkeeper Sebastien Frey is on the verge of signing for Turkish club Bursaspor after a 15-year Serie A career.
Maxi Lopez looks set for a rollercoaster summer, with Torino and Genoa both fighting for his signature.
Stefano Sorrentino's agent has revealed that the goalkeeper could join any number of Serie A clubs this summer.
Genoa have officially signed Sime Vrsaljko from Dinamo Zagreb and Senegalese striker Moussa Konate.
Genoa have officially beaten West Ham and Southampton to signing Senegal international Moussa Konate.
Juventus have officially bought out Genoa’s half of Ciro Immobile and handed the striker to Torino in a co-ownership deal.
Rolando Maran has indicated that he turned down approaches from other Serie A sides to stick with Catania.
Lazio have released a statement backing captain Stefano Mauri after it was confirmed he will face charges relating to Calcioscommesse.
Genoa are hoping to lure Emiliano Viviano to the club as Sebastian Frey verges on a move to Turkish side Bursaspor.
Stefano Mauri's lawyer has insisted that the Lazio player is entirely innocent of match-fixing after the FIGC confirmed he will face charges.
FIGC President Giancarlo Abete is confident the Serie A season “can begin with clarity” after Lazio and Genoa were charged in a match-fixing scandal.
FIGC has confirmed that Lazio, Genoa, Lecce and eight players including Stefano Mauri will face various charges relating to Calcioscommesse.