Inter and Genoa have swapped ownerships of Emiliano Viviano and Juraj Kucka, but both players will remain at their present clubs.
The two outfits concluded talks on Tuesday in which it was agreed that Viviano would remain at Inter and Kucka at Genoa on loan deals.
Their futures will then be reassessed in January.
The Nerazzurri have confirmed that Kucka, who was also wanted by Milan, has signed a contract with them until June 2016.
The Slovakian midfielder only joined the Marassi outfit in January, making 18 appearances for the Grifone in all competitions.
Italian international goalkeeper Viviano, meanwhile, is currently sidelined for six months after damaging knee ligaments in pre-season.
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