Monday's Most Important Stories From The Business Of Football: Bidders emerge for Genoa; Pressure mounts on Barcelona president; Setien sacked; Wigan owner sought administration prior to takeover; Sheffield Wednesday appeal EFL verdict; Paris group in "advanced" talks with Newcastle owner

17 August 2020

Photo: PA Images Genoa's president, Enrico Preziosi, recently said he had no meetings scheduled regarding a potential sale and that he would only sell to those able to provide the same guarantees for the club as he has done in the past years.
Emil Gjerding Nielson

1. Genoa subject to potential bidding war

A consortium led by Gestio Capital has made a €30 million offer for a stake in Genoa, according to Italian publication Calcio Finanza, but it is not the only party interested in the Italian club.

Accordingly, Moroccan entrepreneur Rahhal Boulgoute is also considering a bid, but his lawyer explained they were waiting for Genoa to publish their financial report for last season before moving ahead with an offer. 

Do you want to read this article?

Get instant access by signing up for a 7-day free trial

No credit card, no commitments and it will expire automatically.

You will receive a link that activates your trial in an email.