Palermo shot-stopper Emiliano Viviano has hinted that he would be happy to return to Inter this summer.
Viviano only moved to Palermo in January, after the Rosanero paid a reported €5m for Genoa’s half of his contract.
Even so, as he is currently co-owned with Inter, Viviano’s future is up for contention again this summer, with Palermo and the Nerazzurri set to negotiate where he spends 2012-13.
“My future will be decided by the two clubs,” reflected the Italian international to reporters on Thursday.
“However, anyone would like to play for Inter, and I do not deny this either. I’m happy with my career and to be here in Palermo.
“I’m am fine with everyone [at Palermo], whilst we hope for a good end to the season. However, after that, we’ll see what happens.”
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