Goalkeeper Ionut Radu has confirmed that he would be “happy” to stay put with Genoa for another season. The 22-year-old Romanian shot-stopper moved to Genoa from Inter Milan last summer on loan with a view to a permanent deal and impressed in his 33 appearances to help the Grifone avoid relegation from Serie A.
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And while Inter have a clause to repurchase Radu from Genoa, the custodian fully expects to stay put and would be happy to remain at the Stadio Luigi Ferraris to continue playing first-team football. “I’m happy at Genoa,” Radu told Gazzetta dello Sport.
“I think another year in Rossoblu will do me good because I have the chance to work with a [goalkeeping] coach as good as Alessio Scarpi, who has helped me grow in every sense. “Italy has the best goalkeeping school in the world. I absolutely had an unforgettable season. “I never imagined I’d come in after just four games and play 33 times. Genoa gave me this chance. I’ve always dreamt of playing in Serie A.”