Inter have signed Samuele Longo back from Genoa, Juventus handed Albin Ekdal to Cagliari and Gaetano D'Agostino is all Siena among several deadline day co-ownership agreements.
Youth team striker Longo had been co-owned between the two clubs, but this evening Inter bought out the remaining 50 per cent from Genoa.
Cagliari have bought Swedish midfielder Ekdal from Juventus for €1.2m, to be paid over the next three seasons.
Juve renewed their co-ownership agreement with Genoa for Under-21 international hitman Ciro Immobile, as did Inter with Cesena for Luca Caldirola.
Siena have bought out the remaining half of former Italy midfielder D’Agostino’s contract from Udinese.
Bologna took the other half of striker Robert Acquafresca from Genoa and renewed their co-ownership agreement with Palermo over Francesco Della Rocca.
Parma bought out Novara’s share in defender Paulo Hernan Dellafiore.
Torino took 50 per cent of defender Riccardo Fiamozzi, who will remain at Varese next term, but Varese now fully own Giulio Ebagua from Toro.
Genoa bring back Slovenian midfielder Dejan Lazarevic from his co-ownership spell at Padova.
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