Inter will not make a final decision on the future of Emiliano Viviano until after the Italian Super Cup Final against Milan.
Viviano will travel with the squad to Beijing, China, for the traditional season opener on August 6 between the Scudetto holders and the Coppa Italia winners.
The goalkeeper was only signed outright by Inter this summer after the club won a blind auction against Bologna for their 50 per cent share in him.
The Italian international will be moved on though as Brazilian Julio Cesar will hold on to the gloves for 2011-12.
Viviano seemingly has two doors open to him in the form of German outfit Bayer Leverkusen and Genoa.
The player's agent Claudio Vigorelli is set to fly to Germany for talks this week, before holding further negotiations with the Rossoblu.
The latter are looking for a new custodian as they are set to send Portugal international Eduardo to Benfica.
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