The agent of Emiliano Viviano is confident that Inter will want to take him back to San Siro ahead of the 2012-13 campaign.
The Italian international joined Palermo in January from the Nerazzurri after the Rosanero signed a 50 per cent stake in the goalkeeper.
Viviano is now playing again after rupturing knee ligaments in pre-season and he could be part of the new Beneamata project given their difficulties this term.
“I think that Inter will do everything possible to take him back home,” representative Claudio Vigorelli told TMW.
“Viviano has returned to being the goalkeeper that we all recognised before his injury. He’s going well and I think the Nerazzurri want him back – and that would be a good decision.”
Should the 26-year-old move to San Siro at the end of the season then that may spell the end for Julio Cesar with the club.
“It is too soon to talk about it,” Vigorelli continued. “Julio Cesar remains a great goalkeeper, but it is clear that Viviano is their future.”
Viviano, formerly of Bologna, is hoping to prove his fitness and form to make the Italy squad for Euro 2012.
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