Inter Milan attacking midfielder Joel Chukwuma Obi is on Genoa’s radar for next season, according to reports in Italy.
The Nigerian international is down in the pecking order at the Stadio Giuseppe Meazza and Inter Milan boss Roberto Mancini is keen to offload him to ease the wage bill.
And speculation is mounting on Obi’s future at the Serie A club.
Accodring to report, Genoa manager Gian Piero Gasperinin reportedly want a silky player to shore up his midfield at the Stadio Comunale Luigi Ferraris and Obi fits the bill.
Obi was signed by Inter Milan in 2005 as a youth team player before being promoted to the first team.
He has been plagued with injuries and was close to sealing a move to the Middle East in January, but the deal fell through under mysterious circumstances.