Over a month ago, Ezequiel Schelotto’s agent Alessandro Grigoletto told TuttoMercatoWeb there are clubs looking at the Brighton & Hove Albion fullback, but Atalanta were not included in the list.
The 31-year-old has been restricted to only four starts in the Premier League this season and his contract at The Amex will run down on June 30th.
Another report from TuttoMercatoWeb brings the latest update on the player’s future.
Having joined the Seagulls from Sporting in 2017, the right-back is expected to leave the English club after his three ‘not too positive’ seasons with them.
According to the outlet, Genoa are ‘thinking’ about Schelotto, but a potential transfer will depend on their survival in Serie A beyond this season.
Genoa are 17th in the league table with 25 points and are level on points with 18th placed Lecce, and both clubs are three points behind 14th placed Udinese.
TMW’s headline reads ‘Schelotto is released in June’, and now it’s a case of which club signs him, with the suggestion a move to Italy is likeliest.