At least one from Maxi Lopez, Diego Milito and Marco Borriello will join Genoa in January, hopes President Enrico Preziosi.
Earlier today, the Grifone’s sporting director Stefano Capozucca confirmed that the club  is going to take an active role in the winter transfer market but spoke more of the focus for a new midfielder.
However, speaking to Sky Sport Italia later on Monday, President Preziosi substantiated reports linking the club with a search for a new striker by revealing the illustrious shortlist that he has drawn up.
“Maxi Lopez is a talented player, as are Borriello and Milito. They are all champions, I hope to bring at least one of them to Genoa.
“At present, no-one has the advantage but in the next few days there may be action taken.
“Maxi is definitely an interesting player but we have not yet entered negotiations. For Milito the doors are always open, he represents a lot for us.”
Preziosi also confirmed his stance on Juraj Kucka’s future amid confusion about whether the midfielder will stay at Marassi or go to Inter  in January.
“Inter are in discussions with us, but he has an important value for us so he could remain at Genoa.”
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