Ghanaian midfielder Isaac Coffie is set to extend his stay with Italian side Genoa.
The hardworking midfielder is one of the longest-serving footballers at the club and reports from Italy indicates, the player will receive a new contract for his loyalty with the Ligurian club.
Coffie’s contract expires in the summer and has already started attracting interest from clubs in Italy.
The likes of Parma and Empoli have all shown interest in the 26-year-old.
Isaac Coffie captained the club in the penultimate game of the season, as Genoa lost by a goal to nil to Benevento.
The Ghanaian has been key for the club this season playing 14 times, despite being out for some time with injury.
Genoa are currently and 12th position on the Italian league table and can finish the season and can finish the season on 11 position if they beat Afriyie Acquah’s Torino on Sunday.