Genoa Expected to Keep Two Premier League-Linked Aces

Genoa are on the precipice of a monumental contract renewal, as they have reached an agreement with Albert Gudmundsson. He’ll be rewarded for his massive contribution since he has scored 5 goals in the first 12 matches. He’s been particularly essential with Mateo Retegui on the mend with a knee injury.

According to Primo Canale and Sky (via SOSFanta), the Icelandic star will enjoy a sizeable pay bump. His new deal will run till 2027, adding two years to his previous one. There won’t be a release clause that could facilitate his future exit. He won’t leave in January and is on Roma and Tottenham’s radar for the future.

After shaking hands with Gudmundsson, Genoa will focus on the negotiation with Radu Dragusin. He’s also receiving interest from the Premier League, Newcastle in particular. He too will be tied down the Grifone for the next four years.

The blooming defender, who’s fresh off his maiden Serie A goal, will be untouchable during the winter as well. Moreover, it’ll take a massive offer to convince the team to sell him next summer too.

Our Take on Genoa, Gudmundsson, and Dragusin

They have a solid and wealthy ownership, 777 Partners, and becoming a top-flight staple goes through confirming the best players. They’ll have profitable departures here and there to fund multiple additions, but at least one of the two will stay for a couple more campaigns.

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