Italian Serie A side Genoa are interested in signing Ghana duo Anthony Annan and Kevin-Price Boateng, according to La Gazzetta dello Sport.
The midfield pair have played a crucial role in Ghana’s success story at the World Cup.
Their performances in South Africa have not gone unnoticed in Europe, with Genoa now reportedly one of the sides to be keen on their services.
Annan, who currently represents Rosenborg, has been in Norway since 2007, when he joined IK Start from Ghanaian side Hearts of Oak.
Boateng will exit relegated Premier League side Portsmouth, who want to sell many players as possible to ease their debt.
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