The Rossoblu are bent on buying half of the rights of the Ghanaian attacker who spent last season on loan at Elche
Juventus and Genoa are scheduled to meet on Friday on the resolutions of ownership of Ghanaian attacker Richmond Boakye-Yiadom.
The 21-year-old is owned by both parties with the Turin side having the greater share but Genoa are ready to acquire half of the rights of the player in order to feature for them next season, Goal Ghana can reveal.
The former Sassuolo striker, who played last season on loan at Elche, netted six goals in 25 appearances.
The Spanish outfit have already agreed a deal with the Old Lady to have him on loan again. That agreement can hit the rocks if Genoa are able to buy 50 percent of his rights.
According to his agent Oliver Arthur, the player wants a return to Serie A.