Emiliano Viviano is almost certain to leave Palermo this summer after just six months, with Maurizio Zamparini confirming he is talking to several clubs.
Reports today suggest that the Italian international shot-stopper is in negotiations with Inter over his possible destination for next season.
Palermo co-own the No 1 with the Nerazzurri, having bought Genoa’s half of his contract in January. However, the ‘keeper looks set to not be playing for the Sicilians next term, as confirmed by Rosanero President Zamparini today.
“Viviano is talking with Inter and with some other clubs,” he briefly commented today to stadionews.it.
One of those clubs is believed to be Torino, who according to tuttopalermo.it lead a number of clubs across Europe in negotiations. However, Fiorentina, who Viviano has previously expressed a strong desire to one day play for, are thought not in the running.
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