GENOA NEWS

West Ham United representatives will be in Italy tomorrow to discuss Felipe Anderson with Lazio and Genoa defender Armando Izzo.
Inter have struck a deal to sell youth team players Federico Valietti and Andrei Radu to Genoa, confirmed the defender’s agent.
Reports in Italy suggest David Milinkovic doesn’t want to stay with Heart of Midlothian, with Reading and Ipswich Town interested.
Juventus met with Genoa in Milan today to discuss midfielder Rolando Mandragora, according to reports.
The Lega Serie A has officially confirmed the dates for next season, with the 2018-19 campaign to begin on August 19.
The well-travelled midfielder is finding his form again at Genoa and is a manager’s dream tournament player, writes Greg Murray.
Genoa, Sampdoria and Torino are doing battle for Palermo centre-forward Antonino La Gumina.
Serie A is increasingly northern-centric, with 15 out of 20 clubs for the 2018-19 season based above Rome, while Emilia-Romagna have four sides.
Galatasaray are the new favourites for Genoa and Uruguay winger Diego Laxalt, offering a reported €12m plus bonuses.
Juventus trio Stefano Sturaro, Rolando Mandragora and Alberto Cerri are reportedly close to leaving the club.
Genoa’s search for a new striker has reportedly taken them to Napoli’s Roberto Inglese.
Inter and Genoa are on the verge of a multi-player exchange deal including Eddy Salcedo and Andrei Radu.
Stefano Sturaro’s agent has warned that only ‘a high-enough figure’ would tempt Juventus into selling the midfielder.
Leicester City are the new favourites for Juventus midfielder Stefano Sturaro, offering €13m compared to a €20m asking price.
Sky Sport Italia and Perform have won the TV rights to Serie A for 2018-21 for €973m per year after Mediaset pulled out.
Genoa have confirmed that they are in talks to sign Inter pair Xian Emmers and Ionut Radu, while Eddy Salcedo could head the other way.
Genoa President Enrico Preziosi claims Aurelio De Laurentiis, not Maurizio Sarri, was to blame for Napoli missing out on Mattia Perin.
Genoa and Uruguay winger Diego Laxalt has attracted interest from Benfica as well as Lazio.
It is reported that Lazio want to tie up a deal for Genoa’s Diego Laxalt before the start of the World Cup.
Napoli turned down Mattia Perin, who then joined Juventus, because “Maurizio Sarri wanted a goalkeeper who was better with his feet.”