Blind auctions are needed to decide the future of Fernando Tissone, Daniele Cacia and Elvis Abbruscato as we round up the deadline day co-ownership deals.
Today was the deadline for clubs to work out their dual ownership of players for 2008-09 and those who failed to reach an agreement will have to decide via a blind auction.
Both sides will put a bid into a sealed envelope and the highest figure wins the other 50 per cent of the player.
This is the process required for Fiorentina and Piacenza when it comes to the future of Under-21 international striker Cacia.
Udinese and Atalanta must outbid each other for Brazilian midfielder Tissone, while Lecce hitman Abbruscato is torn between newly promoted Lecce and Torino.
Other deals have been secured already with Reggina snapping up all of Italian international Giandomenico Mesto from Udinese for £4m.
Fiorentina have renewed co-ownership of Ndiaye Papa Waigo with Genoa and he remains with the Viola on loan.
Inter have bought up all of Robert Acquafresca's contract for £3m, but he will remain at Cagliari for another season on loan.
Lazio renew the co-ownership of Mourad Meghni with Bologna and he stays at the Olimpico for another year, while Ivan Artipoli remains at Sampdoria in an identical agreement.
Lecce have bought out all of Brazilian defender Fabiano Medina Da Silva from Monza.
Sampdoria now own Mirko Pieri after completing his transfer from Udinese, while renewing the co-ownership of Salvatore Foti with the same club.
Udinese have bought 100 per cent of Antonio Floro Flores' contract from Arezzo.
Source: C4 Football Italia