Emiliano Viviano’s arrival at Fiorentina might not be as easily completed as previously thought, reports are suggesting.
The goalkeeper was expected to wrap up a loan deal with his hometown club in the next couple of days, but it seems the temporary transfer is proving fairly difficult to complete.
The 26-year-old Florence native is currently co-owned by Inter and Palermo, but neither club can guarantee him first-team action next season so are willing to lend him to Fiorentina.
However, Inter are now stalling on their signatures that are required to finalise the move.
However, the problems should soon be ironed out, and Viviano could still become a Fiorentina player by the end of the week.
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