Emiliano Viviano has revealed that Inter have sold a 50 per cent share in him to Genoa.
"I've signed for Genoa," said the currently injured goalkeeper. "I'm now co-owned by both of the clubs.
"I'll stay in Milan until January as part of my rehabilitation, then we'll see whether I stay at Inter or go to Genoa."
The Marassi outfit were all set to sign the player earlier this summer until he damaged knee ligaments which required surgery.
Facing a six-month spell on the sidelines, Genoa turned their attention elsewhere and netted Sebastien Frey from Fiorentina.
However, Genoa chief Enrico Preziosi did suggest that he still wanted to sign the Italian international and it seems he's kept his word.
Neither Inter nor Genoa have confirmed the deal yet. It's unclear whether Juraj Kucka was part of the negotiations.
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