Genoa have alerted clubs across Europe to the fact that they are ready to sell Domenico Criscito this summer.
"The boy will certainly leave," Rossoblu President Enrico Preziosi told Radio Kiss Kiss on Thursday.
"He's been at Genoa for some time and it is only right that he moves on to a different club.
"A switch to Napoli? It has been discussed, but I don't see a great amount of interest from the Azzurri for Mimmo.
"As far as I am concerned, I am ready to negotiate and people know where I am."
Criscito is a graduate of Genoa's youth academy who has spent two stints at Juventus after being co-signed by the Turin giants.
Genoa netted the player outright again last summer though when they bought the Old Lady's 50 per cent share in him for €6m.
The left-back, an Italian international, is expected to attract the interest of Zenit yet again, but he's already rejected a move to Russia in the past.
Inter, Milan and Juventus will inevitably be associated with the defender who will cost more than €10m.
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