It seems more and more likely that Genoa will cash in on Italian international Domenico Criscito in January.
The left-back has been linked with a variety of outfits recently and Genoa's swoop for Parma full-back Luca Antonelli has now given the port club a ready-made replacement.
The Italian side value the former Juventus player at €15m and there seems to be three sides pondering an offer.
Russian champions Zenit, bossed by Italian Luciano Spalletti, are very keen on the versatile stopper.
German giants Bayern Munich are also understood to be monitoring the player, even if it's unclear whether they would splash such an amount in the January window.
The final club are Inter who could possibly include Davide Santon in any sort of offer for the 2010 World Cup player.
Genoa are also set to lose Andrea Ranocchia after Christmas as he is expected to join Inter too as cover for the injured Walter Samuel.
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