Sebastien Frey has agreed to join Genoa from Fiorentina, reports in Italy on Friday are suggesting.
The Marassi outfit have been looking for an Eduardo replacement and personal terms are said to have been agreed last night.
Frey, it is claimed, will sign a five-year contract with the Rossoblu.
The Frenchman became the club's top target after Inter's Emiliano Viviano was ruled out for six months with injury and Palermo's Salvatore Sirigu joined Paris SG.
Frey was told by Fiorentina to find a new club this summer after they decided to stick with Artur Boruc and Norbeto Neto.
The custodian, 31, has been playing his football in Italy since he was signed as an 18-year-old by Inter in 1998.
Frey joined the Viola in 2005 after four years with Parma. He was on about €2m a season net at the Stadio Artemio Franchi.
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