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Friday June 26 2015
Official: Viviano to Sampdoria

Emiliano Viviano has joined Sampdoria from Palermo on loan with a compulsory purchase clause.

The 29-year-old goalkeeper was being sought after by the Blucerchiati on a permanent basis, and the Rosanero confirmed the deal has been sealed via a statement on their site.

“US City of Palermo communicates that they ceded to Sampdoria the player Emiliano Viviano, in the form of a loan with a compulsory purchase clause,” reads the statement.

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Wednesday June 24 2015
Viviano to Samp, Romero to Roma

Sampdoria look set to buy Emiliano Viviano from Palermo, while Argentina’s Sergio Romero heads towards Roma.

Viviano spent this season on loan at Marassi and negotiations to make the move permanent hit several problems along the way.

According to Sky Sport Italia and other sources, the two clubs finally reached an agreement today.

The goalkeeper will go to Samp for €2.5m, although they do still need to work out how to spread these payments.

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Sunday June 21 2015
Palermo: 'Probable' Viviano Samp stay

Palermo confirmed they “will probably reach an agreement” with Sampdoria on Monday for Emiliano Viviano.

The goalkeeper is owned by the Rosanero, but spent this season on loan in Genoa.

“I will meet Sampdoria President Massimo Ferrero on Monday and I think we will probably reach an agreement,” said Palermo patron Maurizio Zamparini.

“We have to consider what the player wants and he clearly expressed his desire to remain at Sampdoria.

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Wednesday June 10 2015
Zamp: ‘No problem with Ferrero’

Palermo President Maurizio Zamparini confirms Emiliano Viviano will move to Sampdoria permanently, and has ‘no problem’ with Massimo Ferrero.

The 29-year-old spent the season on loan at Luigi Ferraris, and the Rosanero President reveals the move will become permanent this summer.

“Viviano will go back to Sampdoria as agreed,” Zamparini revealed, speaking to genoasamp.com.

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Saturday May 23 2015
'Sampdoria will sell, but...'

Director Carlo Osti admits “important players will be sold” this summer, but promises Sampdoria will make up for them.

There have been insistent suggestions that the Blucerchiati could see their squad weakened going into next season, in particular after the reports that Coach Sinisa Mihajlovic may leave and take some of their best players with him.

Osti, interviewed by Gazzetta TV, confirmed some of the Doria players may be on their way out.

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Wednesday May 6 2015
‘Samp-Torino for Europa League’

Sampdoria goalkeeper Emiliano Viviano names Torino as the Blucerchiati’s main rivals for the Europa League.

Samp are currently occupying the sixth and final Europa League slot, but Genoa, Inter and the Granata are all within three points.

“Why do Sampdoria deserve to go to the Europa League?” Vivian considered in an interview with Sky.

“We’ve always been there or thereabouts, but I think in the end we’ll deserve it if we get there. You assess the horses at the beginning and the end.

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Sunday January 4 2015
Mihajlovic: 'Samp shock Lazio'

Sinisa Mihajlovic joked about the Rome derby within Sampdoria and promised to “surprise” Lazio tomorrow.

The first Serie A game of 2015 kicks off on Monday at 19.45 GMT, click here for a match preview.

“It’s an important tie, as we are all together on 27 points. Lazio have a good squad and are expected up there, whereas we are a surprise package,” said Miha in his Press conference.

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Friday September 26 2014
Viviano excited for Genoa derby

Emiliano Viviano is really looking forward to his very first Derby della Lanterna with Sampdoria on Sunday.

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Monday September 22 2014
Serie A Team of Week 3

With the top two starting to stretch ahead of the pack following another weekend of great goals in Serie A, Dave Taylor names a best XI from Week 3.

Emiliano Viviano [Sampdoria]

Always alert and needed to be on several occasions, including saving Francesco Magnanelli’s thunderbolt from distance and Sergio Floccari’s screamer. He was especially sensational when he pulled off four saves from Antonio Floro Flores, including a double at the death. Vigilant.

Daniele Rugani [Empoli]

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Friday September 12 2014
Viviano looking to rediscover form

Emiliano Viviano is looking to break back into the Italian national squad following his move to Sampdoria.

The 28-year-old, owned by Palermo, moved to Marassi after spending 2013-14 with Arsenal in the Premiership.

“I now have the chance to play regularly and to demonstrate my qualities after a year on the bench in England,” the former Inter goalkeeper told Gazzetta TV.

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