Genoa’s transfer activities uncertain due to Gudmundsson amid sexual assault allegations

The latest information on Albert Gudmundsson’s future with Genoa following the sexual assault allegations.

All the details.

According to today’s edition of Il Secolo XIX, Genoa’s transfer market moves hinge on the future of Albert Gudmundsson.

The Rossoblù club intends to sell the forward for approximately €35 million.

Sources within the club suggest that the decision to sell Gudmundsson comes after a thorough internal review.

“Albert is a talented player, but we have to consider all the factors that affect the club,” said a Genoa spokesperson, as reported by Il Secolo XIX.

The decision is not just influenced by the ongoing investigation but also by the potential financial benefit.

The club aims to use the funds from Gudmundsson’s sale to strengthen other areas of the team.

“There are several positions we need to improve, and the funds from this transfer will be crucial,” the source added.

The allegations have undoubtedly put the club in a difficult position, and they are keen to resolve the issue promptly.

Fans have expressed mixed reactions to the news, with some advocating for the player’s departure and others questioning the timing of the potential sale.

The situation remains fluid, and more updates are expected in the coming days as Genoa continues to navigate this complex scenario.

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