As the deadline approaches, a series of co-ownership deals have been finalised, including Pescara, Milan, Juventus, Udinese, Novara, Palermo and Genoa.
Pescara have renewed the co-ownership agreement with Milan for defender Simone Romagnoli, while they bought out half of Roma youngster Gianluca Caprari.
Udinese have sold midfielder Thierry Doubai to Sochaux after the French side took up their option on the Ivory Coast player.
Udinese also handed Zdenek Zlamal to Sigma Olomuc on a three-year contract, while Diego Mainz and Dani Benitez have been loaned to Spanish club Granada.
Samir Ujkani and Michel Morganella have returned to Palermo after two years at Novara, but Siena have handed striker Pablo Andres Gonzalez back to Novara.
Juventus sold half of 20-year-old striker Alberto Libertazzi to Novara and signed Stefano Beltrame from the relegated club.
Sampdoria have renewed their share of Jonathan Rossini with Udinese, but bought out Fernando Tissone.
Torino have renewed their co-ownership arrangement with Torino for Kamil Glik, but bought out Riccardo Meggiorini from Genoa.
Siena and Napoli renewed their co-ownership agreement over midfielder Daniele Mannini, who will remain in Tuscany for another season.
Novara bought out goalkeeper Tomas Kosicky from Catania in exchange for Takayuki Morimoto.
Genoa sold defender Andrea Esposito to Lecce on a permanent transfer after he spent last season with the Salentini.
Cagliari have right-back Ignazio Carta again after buying out the remaining 50 per cent of his contract from Latina.
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