Juan Jesus set for Genoa switch


Roma defender Juan Jesus is, reportedly, set to join Genoa and will leave the Italian capital after four seasons with the Giallorossi.

La Gazzetta dello Sport reports that a deal to send the Brazilian defender to Il Grifone has been agreed upon within the last few hours as the clubs reached an agreement on a transfer fee.

Juan Jesus was an explicit request of newly appointed Genoa manager Rolando Maran after the defender’s proposed transfer to Cagliari collapsed.

The former Inter player arrived at the club during Luciano Spalletti’s second spell in the Italian capital for a fee of €10 million and has made a total of 91 appearances for the Giallorossi since joining.

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