Enrico Preziosi has been forced to sell the Italian Lega Serie A club after months of protests from fans.
Genoa barely avoided relegation from the Italian Lega Serie A to the Serie B this season.
And the team’s president Enrico Preziosi has been forced to put the team on sale after months of protests from the supporters.
“We are in negotiations to sell the club and the solidity of the other party is guaranteed,” he told Football Italia.
“There are negotiations that are on-going and we hope they prove successful.”
“The solidity of the other party is guaranteed,” he added.
“You certainly won’t hear me talking about negotiations just to calm the fans.”
“I can only tell them we are doing things properly to sell the club,” he said.
“One cannot expect it to be resolved in the space of only a few days, as let’s not forget that Fiorentina’s takeover started in March.”
Preziosi explained: “We hope it’ll be worth the time to ensure it all goes smoothly.”
“If I were to stay, I’d build a team that won’t make us suffer.”
“I’d plan things out with the new coach and try to give him the players he wants to perform his style of football,” the president concluded.
❤️💙 Dodici anni fa il ritorno in @SerieA.
— Genoa CFC (@GenoaCFC) June 10, 2019