Inter have lost a blind auction for Luis Antonio Jimenez, so he goes back to Ternana, while Udinese buy out Marco Motta from Roma.
The deadline for agreeing co-ownership deals was last night and failure to strike a balance meant these matters went to a blind auction.
This is when both clubs place a bid in a sealed envelope and the highest offer takes over the other 50 per cent of the players' contract.
It is now official that Inter failed to snap up Chilean midfielder Jimenez from Lega Pro Prima Divisione outfit Ternana.
The Nerazzurri offered just under €2million compared to Ternana’s €3million, so now anyone who wants to sign Jimenez must negotiate with the minnows.
Udinese squeezed in front of Roma in the auction for Motta, offering €1.5million compared to the Giallorossi’s €1.3million.
However, it is reported that the Friulani are already in talks to send Motta over to Juventus next season.
Genoa have taken back striker Riccardo Meggiorini, who was in a co-ownership deal with Bari.
They paid €1.79million, just €75,000 more than the sum proposed by the San Nicola outfit.
It is already reported that Meggiorini will be handed to Chievo in exchange for goalkeeper Stefano Sorrentino.