GENOA NEWS

Sampdoria Coach Sinisa Mihajlovic says he wants a ‘project’ to stay with the club - ‘money is the least of my worries’.
Genoa will appeal the denial of a UEFA licence, but their lawyer admits “we don’t have much time.”
The FIGC has released its list of clubs which have been granted a UEFA licence, with Genoa not among the names.
The agent of Genoa's Iago Falque has denied any contact from Inter about a summer move but admits the Nerazzurri would be an attractive option.
Giampiero Ventura said Maxi Lopez “must decide if he wants to be a protagonist” at Torino after today’s brace.
Gian Piero Gasperini said this Genoa side is “the most satisfying moment of my career,” but they might not be allowed into Europe.
Edy Reja admits “there has never been such a painless defeat” after Atalanta secured Serie A safety despite losing 4-1 to Genoa.
Genoa crushed Atalanta 4-1, but Cagliari are relegated anyway after losing to Palermo, while Maxi Lopez revived Torino and Verona saw off Empoli.
Follow all the action as it happens from Sunday afternoon in Serie A with Torino-Chievo, Cagliari-Palermo, Atalanta-Genoa and Verona-Empoli.
Juventus-Napoli is among the Serie A Week 37 fixtures moved, while Lazio-Roma could switch to next Monday.
Lazio’s Santiago Gentiletti admits he thought about his injury when scoring on his comeback in the same stadium.
Genoa revealed Roma “are interested in buying out” Andrea Bertolacci, but not Diego Perotti.
Sinisa Mihajlovic says Europa League qualification is in his Sampdoria side’s hands as they prepare to face Lazio.
Fabio Liverani has terminated his contract with Leyton Orient after failing to stop their relegation to League Two.
Genoa are closing in on the signing of former Lazio, Inter and Napoli striker Goran Pandev from Galatasaray, as he undergoes a medical.
After an action-packed round of Serie A in which every team managed to get on the scoresheet, Livio Caferoglu selects his best XI for Week 35.
Giampiero Ventura blames a long season for the late collapse which saw his Torino side lose 5-1 to Genoa.
Genoa President Enrico Preziosi says it would be ‘a mockery’ if the Grifone were barred from playing in Europe should they qualify.
Genoa Coach Gian Piero Gasperini admits his side ‘had to win’ against Torino, and says they’ll ‘play to the end’ for the Europa League.
Genoa striker Tino Costa says his side’s 5-1 mauling of Torino means they can ‘continue to believe in the Europa League’.