The blind auctions have been held and Roma bought Fabio Borini from Parma, while Bologna now own Alessandro Diamanti.
In Italy all co-ownership deals must be in place by the June 22 deadline or they go to a blind auction. This is where both clubs write a figure in a sealed envelope and the highest bid wins the remaining half of his contract.
The biggest name in the auction, with envelopes opened at 10.00 UK time today, was Italian international Borini.
The striker was co-owned by Parma and Roma, but the Giallorossi now own him outright after offering €4.9m for 50 per cent of his contract compared with Parma’s €4.26m.
The other Euro 2012 figure in the auction was Diamanti, who belonged to both Brescia and Bologna.
As expected, Bologna won the bidding war with an offer of €3.36m, just beating Brescia’s €3.1m.
Fiorentina have won their auctions for both Houssine Kharja and Andrea Lazzari, who were co-owned with Genoa and Cagliari respectively.
The other players who went to this morning’s blind auction were:
Mirco Antenucci (Torino-Catania) – winner Catania
Francesco Bolzoni (Genoa-Siena) – winner Siena
Houssine Kharja (Genoa-Fiorentina) – winner Fiorentina
Andrea Lazzari (Fiorentina-Cagliari) – winner Fiorentina
Andrea Caracciolo (Brescia-Genoa) – winner Brescia
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