Report: Brescia Oppose Emiliano Viviano’s Loan Move To Parma

Inter are willing to loan the co-owned ‘keeper to the Ducali but Brescia have yet to give the green light.
Inter swooped last February to sign a 50 per cent share of former Italy Under-21 goalkeeper Emiliano Viviano from Brescia, however, the Nerazzurri's desire to loan the player to Parma has not been met with approval from his co-owners.

Parma have shown an interest in the net-minder in recent weeks and Inter are said to be in favour of sending the custodian on a loan move to the Stadio Tardini, where he could gain some valuable top flight experience, but Brescia are playing hardball.

According to Sky Sport Italia, the Rondinelle have yet to rubber stamp the transfer and it is suggested they are keen to keep hold of the shot-stopper.

However, Inter are still pushing for their preferred solution and the impasse should be resolved over the next few days.

Inter have a solid relationship with Parma, who are preparing for their first season back in Serie A, and the Nerazzurri have already loaned out young French striker Jonathan Biabiany to the club owned by Tommaso Ghirardi.

Vince Masiello, Goal.com