Viviano could be Inter’s second January signing

La Gazzetta dello Sport has reported that Bologna goalkeeper Emiliano Viviano is to be Inter’s second signing of the January transfer window.
Inter already co-own the 25 year old and would be looking to bring him to the Giuseppe Meazza as cover for the injured Julio Cesar.
Viviano is a product of the Brescia youth system and played over 126 times for the Biancoazzurri before being signed by Inter in 2009 on a co-ownership deal with Bologna.
In 2009-10 he made his Serie A debut and impressed so much throughout the season that he earned an international call-up for the senior team.
Viviano has been vocal about his desire to join Inter stating that it is the only other club (apart from Real Madrid) that he would consider playing for.Bologna, however, will not want to see him leave and the fee could rise to as much as 6.5 million euros.
In October his agent Renzo Contratto told “I know that both clubs have been speaking and they will soon confront the question.”
The persistent thigh troubles suffered by Julio Cesar have meant that Inter now want to look at alternative cover despite signing Luca Castellazzi this summer.
Other names have been linked with Inter this morning should the Nerazzurri not be able to prise Viviano away from Bologna.
Roma’s want away keeper Doni is one option whilst Juventus’s soon to be replaced custodian Marco Storari is another. However, exiled Cagliari keeper Federico Marchetti seems to be the most probable second option. Welcome Bonus Offer Betway

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