GENOA NEWS

There are fears Lazio defender Santiago Gentiletti has suffered a serious knee ligament injury.
Roma made short work of Cagliari, but 10-man Lazio paid the price for wasted chances at Genoa and Sassuolo held Sampdoria.
Stefano Pioli told Lazio they “need to act like a real team” against Genoa on Sunday.
Genoa President Enrico Preziosi has warned that the club will not consider selling goalkeeper Mattia Perin.
Sassuolo will be without Domenico Berardi for three games, following his red card picked up against Inter in Week 2.
Defender Sebastian De Maio is reportedly a step away from signing a new and improved contract with Genoa.
Stefano Pioli has acknowledged Lazio’s strong start to the season but warns that his team are still to improve in certain aspects.
Gian Piero Gasperini is “happy” 10-man Genoa were able to secure a point in their 0-0 at Fiorentina.
Vincenzo Montella feels Fiorentina did everything right against Genoa, except “getting the ball in the net.”
Fiorentina were unable to break down 10-man Genoa, Lazio saw off Cesena and Atalanta shocked Cagliari.
Juan Guillermo Cuadrado returns to the Fiorentina line-up against Genoa with Micah Richards on the bench.
Gian Piero Gasperini has Alessandro Matri back against Fiorentina this afternoon and “our attacking potential has notably improved.”
Micah Richards is ready for his Serie A debut in Fiorentina-Genoa, but Marko Marin is still sidelined.
Vincenzo Montella has faith in Juan Cuadrado and Mario Gomez as Fiorentina take on Alessandro Matri’s Genoa.
Federico Bernardeschi and Stefano Sturaro are set to enjoy bright futures, says Italian Under-20 boss Alberigo Evani.
Alessandro Matri is keen to prove to Genoa that they were right to sign him during the summer.
Sampdoria President Massimo Ferrero has plans to build “the biggest stadium in Europe” by the sea in Genoa.
Genoa deny Brazilian reports they could be fined, penalised or even demoted for unpaid debts to Palmeiras.
Genoa mark their 121st anniversary today and President Enrico Preziosi assures they are “right behind the top six.”
Maxime Lestienne confirms he was close to Milan before signing for Genoa and models himself after Arjen Robben.