Genoa, a Polish jewel is being considered to reinforce the attack

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The Grifone has set its sights on a Polish jewel

Genoa is always keeping a close eye on the market, in fact, the red and blue club’s management is considering some alternatives to reinforce the offensive department at Alexander Blessin’s disposal.

The latest suggestion comes from Poland: it is the 2002 class striker Filip Szymczak, owned by Lech Poznan.

The young player, who orbits the Polish U21 national team, comes from a very good season on loan at Katowice, where he scored 11 goals. In this first part of the season with the HCL club he has collected eight appearances, scoring two goals and serving two assists to teammates.

Szymczak could thus add to the offensive alternatives among those available to German coach Blessin.

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