The results of the blind auctions are confirmed, including Michelangelo Albertazzi, Paulo Vitor Barreto and Nicola Bellomo.
When two clubs co-own a player and cannot negotiate an agreement for who will own him outright next season, they go to a blind auction.
This is where each side places a bid in a sealed envelope and the highest sum buys out the other half of his contract.
Defender Michelangelo Albertazzi goes to Milan after they put in a higher offer than Hellas Verona.
Torino beat Udinese to forward Barreto, while they lost Bellomo to Chievo.
Sampdoria lost midfielder Birkir Bjarnason to Pescara and won winger Fabrizio Cacciatore from Verona.
Modena bid higher than Udinese and will therefore keep hold of Andrea Mazzarani, but the Friulani won defender Neuton from Novara.
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