Genoa offers 7 million for Sanabria

Genoa has transferred an offer to Real Betis to take over the services of Tonny Sanabria, whom he already had on loan to his ranks for the last year and a half and where the player has already stated that he would like to continue, since his daughter was born there. The Italian club offers 7 million for the transfer of the Paraguayan, slightly less than what the Verdiblanco club paid to Roma four years ago for 50% of his pass. Betis asks between 8 and 10 million for the forward's pass.

Real Betis does not plan to part with Sanabria's complete pass for that amount and hopes that Genoa – which had a purchase obligation for 18 million for this summer if Sanabria had scored 18 goals (he only made 6) – raise his offer, although also It is contemplated the possibility that the Genoese now acquire only part of the pass and force themselves to buy a higher percentage according to the player's performance, a case similar to that of Junior at FC Barcelona.

Betis took over the remaining 50% of the 24-year-old pass from Sanabria last summer and with a contract until 2022, within the transfer operation of Pau López to Roma, so now 100% of the rights are his. Antonio Cordón already said days ago that no player on the squad is non-transferable, but that they do not intend to “sell out” any of their players. The 7 million Genoa offer for Sanabria is revealed by Coliseo Verdiblanco and has been confirmed by MD from reliable sources.