GENOA NEWS

Genoa's young Colombian midfielder Kevin Agudelo is being tracked by Inter, according to his representative.
Despite the latest setback with Genoa and morale at an all-time low, Napoli and Carlo Ancelotti are reportedly sticking together at least until Liverpool.
Genoa coach Thiago Motta believes his men “controlled the game” against Napoli, especially as they had 55 per cent possession.
Andrea Pinamonti was very proud of Genoa for picking up a point against Napoli and credits new coach Thiago Motta with their “organisation.”
Napoli were jeered off the pitch after another very disappointing result, held 0-0 at home by Genoa, with Eljif Elmas and Andrea Pinamonti creating the best chances.
Join us for all the build-up and action as it happens from today’s three Serie A games, Brescia-Torino, Inter-Verona and Napoli-Genoa.
Napoli lose Arkadiusz Milik to injury, so Dries Mertens, Hirving Lozano and Lorenzo Insigne start against Thiago Motta’s Genoa.
Napoli midfielder Allan’s wife hit out at supporters who “insult me every day, abused me in the street and now break into my home in full daylight.”
Napoli are planning big changes to the starting XI against Goran Pandev’s Genoa, including Elseid Hysaj, Eljif Elmas and Aradkiusz Milik.
Napoli midfielder Allan’s house was burgled last night and the Brazilian fears he was targeted over recent controversy at the club.
Thiago Motta believes Genoa are facing Napoli “at the right moment” this Saturday and will go to the San Paolo with “the desire to have a great game”.
Sky Sport Italia report the Napoli squad will go into a training retreat, but only for one night before Saturday’s Serie A match with Genoa.
The Napoli training session has concluded, with Lorenzo Insigne, Allan and Jose Callejon singled out for particular abuse from angry fans, including veiled threats.
The referees for Serie A Week 12 have been announced, with Fabio Maresca given Juventus-Milan on Sunday.
There are multiple conflicting reports around Napoli, suggesting Carlo Ancelotti could resign or even be fired, after the team mutinied against a training retreat.
The FIGC has officially applied for Serie A clubs to be awarded five substitutions in matches.
Napoli President Aurelio De Laurentiis insists he is not punishing the squad by sending them into ritiro, arguing he wants to get rid of “a lump in their throat”.
An unhappy Aurelio De Laurentiis has reportedly placed Napoli in ritiro for their next two games against Red Bull Salzburg and Genoa.
Join us for all the build-up and action as it happens from today’s six Serie A games, including Atalanta-Cagliari, Fiorentina-Parma and Milan-Lazio.
Genoa boss Thiago Motta insists he has no regrets over his team selection after the 3-1 home defeat to fellow strugglers Udinese.