In the final days of the transfer market, Fiorentina have been actively pursuing Alfred Gudmundsson from Genoa. However, negotiations have hit a roadblock as the Rossoblu club stands firm on their demand for €30 million, with an additional €5-6 million in potential bonuses.
Sky Sport Italia report that despite Fiorentina’s attempts to secure the talented player, they have not yet met Genoa’s valuation. The ongoing stalemate has persisted, with the clock ticking down on the winter transfer window.
The Icelandic midfielder, Gudmundsson, has drawn interest from Fiorentina, and the Viola have presented several offers in their pursuit of the player. However, the offers have not matched Genoa’s financial expectations for the talented midfielder.
As the winter transfer window approaches its conclusion, the negotiations between Genoa and Fiorentina remain at an impasse. The Rossoblu club continues to insist on €30 million, plus potential bonuses, as the prerequisite for parting ways with Gudmundsson. With time running out, it remains to be seen whether Fiorentina will meet Genoa’s asking price or if the clubs will conclude the transfer window without reaching an agreement for the midfielder’s move to Florence.