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The Rossoblu are keen to add some further experience to their squad for next season.

Genoa managed to finish in fifth place in the Serie A this term, which has guaranteed them a spot in next season’s inaugural Europa League, formerly known as the UEFA Cup.

As a result, the Rossoblu are looking to add as much depth and experience to their squad as possible, and they have begun well by signing Sergio Floccari from Atalanta and Hernan Crespo from Inter.


The latest reports from Corriere dello Sport suggest that the most improved Italian club this season have added a further two players to their wish list: Juninho of Lyon, and Fernando Menegazzo of Bordeaux.

The latter midfielder is also being tracked by Parma at present, but the player himself affirmed the Rossoblu’s interest in him in a recent interview.

“Genoa have approached me on two separate occasions, and they seem to be very interested at the moment,” he stressed to Sud Ouest.

“Bordeaux have asked me to stay, and I have assured them I will; however, if the Italians offer more, then it will be difficult for my club to say no.”

Meanwhile, Juninho recently terminated his contract with the French giants Lyon, confirming that he will play his football elsewhere next term.

There were reports in the Italian peninsula a few days ago suggesting that the former captain was being tracked by Inter as well, but Genoa certainly seem to be the frontrunners at this point.

Adrian Del Monte, Goal.com

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