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GENOA - Perinetti: "In January we will sign an important midfielder"

12.10.2017 15.02 by Chiara Biondini  read 1344

Genoa's general manager, Giorgio Perinetti, has spoken to Premium Sport during his today press conference.

"This team was in mya destiny. It's an honour for me to work for this club. What asked to me the President Preziosi? To be close to the team and the coach, and bring here my experience in a difficult moment. I wish we can find the way also thanks to Izzo and Lapadula. Juric? Will find solutions also with the return of injured players. Janaury market? with the President we'll find the right players, maybe we will be able to sign a midfielder, we already observed last summer".

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