Genoa, Coda’s heir is already ready: he comes from Serie A

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Coda could leave Genoa

Genoa may really have to face the departure of Massimo Coda from Genoa: the Rossoblù’s top scorer in this first part of the championship has found less space after Alberto Gilardino’s arrival on the bench, and the option of him leaving the Ligurian capital during the winter soccer market window is not so remote.

On the 1988 class former Benevento and Lecce among others, there is strong interest from several Serie B clubs such as Ascoli, but at the moment the club that seems to be most serious about him is Filippo Inzaghi’s Reggina, currently second in the cadetteria standings. However, the Grifone’s management has made it clear how Coda, however a key pawn for the Genoese team from August to December, will leave only in case the right offer arrives.

The Rossoblù club is therefore sounding out the market to find a profile that can best replace Coda, to allow Gilardino to still aim for direct promotion to Serie A: the latest name is that of Monza striker Christian Gytkjaer, hero of last season’s promotion, who despite being the architect of the brianzoli’s historic victory over Juventus, is not finding much space with Palladino, who took over running from the exonerated Stroppa.

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