Inter have officially signed Marco Andreolli and Hugo Campagnaro, although the deals have been in place for months.
Defender Andreolli has put pen to paper on a contract until June 30 2017, while ex-Napoli man Campagnaro’s deal runs until June 30 2015.
It is a return to San Siro for Andreolli, who grew up in the Inter youth academy and made his Serie A debut for the team at the age of 18.
He was sold to Roma in 2007 as part of the move that brought Cristian Chivu to Inter, then had a series of spells at Vicenza, Sassuolo and spent the last three seasons at Chievo.
After 81 games and three goals for the Flying Donkeys, Andreolli’s contract expired and he returned to Inter on a free transfer, having just turned 27.
Campagnaro is also a free agent after his contract with Napoli ran out this summer and he reunites with Coach Walter Mazzarri.
The 33-year-old Argentine defender has been in Italy since 2002, playing for Piacenza, Sampdoria and since 2009 Napoli.
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