Genoa reach agreement with Hertha Berlin for Piatek return

Genoa have agreed a deal with Hertha Berlin to bring back Krzysztof Piatek back to the club.

Gianluca di Marzio has reported that Genoa want to bring the Pole back to the club and after making first contact, they have an agreement with Hertha Berlin for a deal.

They will sign him an initial loan with the option to buy him for €17 million. The ball is now in the player’s court and he is evaluating all the offers that he would have and he will chose the move that suits him the most.

New Genoa director Johannes Spors has already signed Silvan Hefti and Leo Ostigard and apart from Piatek, he also likes Aleksei Miranchuk and Roberto Piccoli.

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