Alberto Gilardino is happy to be making transfer headlines, but he’s committed himself to current club Genoa.
Toronto FC are understood to be planning a January bid for the Italian international striker, but he doesn’t seem interested.
“It’s always a good thing that people are talking about me,” the former Parma, Milan and Fiorentina ace stated.
“However, I’m a Genoa player and I want to remain here, always doing well in the process.”
Gilardino was the match-winner on Wednesday as, although he missed a penalty, he did net the only goal of the game in a 1-0 over Parma.
“It was a really intense tie,” the man who spent last season at Bologna noted. “The win was so important as it has allowed us to take a step forward.
“What we showed out there on the pitch is what the fans want to see.”
Genoa, now bossed by Gian Piero Gasperini, are joint twelfth in the Serie A standings. They are away at Lazio this weekend.
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