Genoa, challenge with Udinese for a Benfica talent

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Grifone is ready to take on Udinese

By now it is almost certain that Massimo Coda will stay at Genoa, at least until the end of the season, but the Grifone continues to monitor the market to reinforce the offensive department, also with a view to the future. In fact, a possible market challenge with Udinese is on the horizon.

The object of desire is the class of 2003 center forward owned by Benfica Luis Semedo. The 19-year-old grew up at the Portuguese club and has been playing in the B formation of the ‘Aguias’ since 2021. The player has also done the entire trafilament in the youth national teams and hopes to make his debut as soon as possible in the senior national team.

He has taken the field on 10 occasions in the season, scoring twice. His contract with the Lisbon club is set to expire in the summer of 2023, so both the Bianconeri and the red and blue are thinking of taking advantage of this to secure the services of a youngster who could come in very handy in future seasons and beyond.

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