Emiliano Viviano has recovered from the chaos over his ownership. “I have complete trust in Inter, as this is a very important step in my career.”
The goalkeeper was co-owned by Bologna, but a paperwork error in the auction handed his full contract to the Nerazzurri by default.
It was reported this infuriated Viviano, who had been on the verge of joining Roma if Bologna had won the auction.
“There is only one truth here and that is that Inter bought me. It's a very important step in the career of any player, including mine,” he told ANSA news agency.
“I am happy and relaxed. I didn't want to talk about this until now and in future I'll do so only with the Inter directors, as I have complete faith in them.”
It remains unlikely Viviano will stay at Inter, considering he is Italy's second choice goalkeeper and would be a mere understudy to Julio Cesar at San Siro.
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