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GENOA chief executive PERINETTI: "Piatek, Kouamé and Romero aren't leaving in January"

17.12.2018 23.03 by Claudio Colla  read 546
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Interviewed by Sky Sport Italia, Giorgio Perinetti, Genoa chief executive, talked about rumours having Polish international striker Kryszstof Piatek (23, in the pic on the left), Ivorian forward Christian Kouamé (21), and Argentinian centre-back Cristian Romero (20), stated: "None of them is leaving in January. We are looking forward to bring someone new in, instead. And there's no transfer talk on them, because we don't want such thing to get started now. With more than half a season left, we are going to consider handouts just next summer".

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