Genoa, three names for Pajac’s replacement: there is also a former Tottenham man
Three names to replace the Griffon outfielder
Genoa could be thinking about a free agent to replace Marko Pajac: the Croatian outfielder was injured against Ternana and is likely to be in the pits for some time.
However, the Rossoblù club will have to decide whether to get its hands on the roster at Alexander Blessin’s disposal or wait for the January market session, but if it decides to move right away there would be three names in contention.
The first are two old acquaintances of Italian soccer: former Napoli player Faouzi Ghoulam, who has been in the thoughts of the Grifone management for some time, and former Udinese player Marvin Zeegelaar.
The most suggestive track, however, is the one that leads to an outfielder who has also played in the Premier League, more precisely in Tottenham: it is Danny Rose, a British player of Jamaican origin born in 1990, already probed by the Genoa club during the past seasons.
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