Genoa President Enrico Preziosi insists ‘I’ll sell up tomorrow if a serious buyer arrives’ ahead of supporter protests this weekend.
Genoa ultras are planning to strike during Saturday’s Serie A match against Torino after a poor run of results, with Preziosi’s running of the club again coming under the spotlight.
“The protests are legitimate. Whoever wants to protest must be allowed to do so,” he told Il Secolo XIX.
“However, their legality must be guaranteed. There must be no violence. To those who accuse me of pocketing money, just look at the budgets. Then forever hold your piece.
“It’s useless to keep telling me to go away. I’m more tired than anyone else, but a serious buyer has never arrived.
“If they do, I’ll sell up tomorrow. If they don’t, I must keep going out of responsibility.”