Genoa are reportedly interested in signing Lazio defender Dimitrije Kamenovic on loan this month.

As reported by Italian newspaper Il Secolo XIX earlier today, the Biancocelesti are looking for a new club for the 21-year-old Serbian left-back, who did not impress coach Maurizio Sarri in the pre-season retreat in Auronzo di Cadore.

Sending away Kamenovic on loan would free up a non-EU player slot in the squad, as the 21-year-old doesn’t hold an EU passport, and so Lazio would be free to secure another non-EU player, like Eintracht Frankfurt winger Filip Kostic.

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Genoa are keen to acquire the 21-year-old Kamenovic on loan and developments are expected in the coming weeks, with the Biancocelesti needing to offload the young Serbian defender.

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Kamenovic made 30 Super Liga Srbije appearances last season for FK Cukaricki, for a total of 2391 minutes. In that time, he scored two goals, provided three assists and helped the side keep 17 clean sheets.