Forgotten Juventus striker Amauri is considering an offer from Serie A side Genoa, according to reports.
The Brazilian-born player is available for transfer in January after not playing a single minute of football for the Old Lady so far this season.
With a contract that is set to expire in June 2012, the Italian international will leave Turin at some stage next month.
Numerous clubs have been paired, but it seems as if the Marassi outfit have made a concrete move for the individual.
According to speculation, the former Palermo player has been offered a three-year deal worth €1.8m a season by the Rossoblu.
Amauri, who is presently earning €3.8m in Turin right now, is assessing his options before making a decision on whether to accept or reject those personal terms.
Some whispers are suggesting that the South American is hoping to net a salary closer to €2.5m per campaign from his next club.
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