Juve's sporting director has allegedly met Genoa's President over Piatek
- Fabio Paratici has allegedly held a meeting with Enrico Preziosi, Genoa's president
- Both parties were discussing Piatek's future
- Since the start of the campaign, the Pole has already netted 19 goals in all competitions
- Genoa's asking price for the striker could be no less than € 40 million
According to the latest piece from Calcio Mercato, Fabio Paratici, Juve's sporting director has allegedly met with Enrico Preziosi, Genoa's president to discuss Piatek's future at Genoa.
Genoa president Enrico Preziosi has recently ruled out the possibility of Krzysztof Piatek's departure from the Italian side in January: "No one will move until June. We need [Christian] Kouame, Piatek and [Gaston] Ramirez. So far there's been a lot of talks, but no offers have arrived.
Despite these discouraging remarks, it is suggested that Preziosi is waiting to set a final price with a score of European clubs interested in the 23-year-old super striker.
The Pole is regarded as one of best strikers in the Serie A right now. Since the start of the campaign, Piatek has netted 13 goals. He is currently one goal behind Cristiano Ronaldo who tops the list of the competition's top scorers.
At the moment Piatek's price-tag is around € 40-45 million and it is understood the Old Lady have made a preliminary enquiry in October but didn't want to pay more than €20-25 million for the striker bought by Genoa last summer for modest € 4 million.