Inter and Cesena have extended their co-ownership of Luca Garritano for another season, it has been announced.
The forward spent last season at the Emilia-Romagna outfit and helped them gain promotion to Serie A by winning the Serie B play-offs.
While deals allowing clubs to co-own players in Italy are no longer allowed to be struck, existing ones can be renewed for another year to aid the period of transition.
The deadline for clubs to resolve any outstanding co-ownerships of players is 7pm tonight.
It has been agreed that Garritano will remain with Cesena next term as they attempt to adapt to life in the top flight.
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