Preziosi rules out Genoa sale of Criscito

Genoa President Enrico Preziosi has stated that even if a bomb were held over his head it would not make him sell full back Domenico Criscito.
Milan have been courting the 24-year-old defender and have been reported to be readying a bit to take him on a co-ownership deal before buying him outright for 10m Euros in the summer. Criscito has been linked with Milan, Napoli, Inter and Fiorentina in recent weeks but the Rossoneri are the only ones thought to be looking at making a concrete offer.
Domenico Criscito has been at Genoa since he was 13 years of age, however, as he was in a co-ownership contract with Juventus he moved to Turin giants from 2006 before being loaned back to Genoa. Genoa eventually bought out his contract for 5.5 million Euros in 2009 and he has been a regular in the squad ever since.
Enrico Preziosi is certainly keen to hang onto the Italian International telling Sky Sports Italia that “Criscito won’t move from Genoa even if there was a bomb,” Even with the Genoa President claiming that he would not sell even if there was an explosive device over his head this is not thought to put off the Rossoneri continuing their attempts to sign him.
In the same interview Enrico Preziosi was asked about the prospect of signing want away Viola striker Adrian Mutu, his reply to this was plain and simple “Mutu? There are no talks.” Welcome Bonus Offer Betway

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