Bari and Udinese have completed several transfer deals, including Paulo Vitor Barreto and Salvatore Masiello.
The deadline for resolving co-ownership deals passed on Friday evening and any clubs who have not yet reached agreements will decide the matter through a blind auction.
Before that could happen, Bari and Udinese reached a number of intriguing conclusions.
Brazilian Barreto played a huge part in Bari’s promotion to Serie A and keeping them there this season.
The remaining 50 per cent of his contract has been bought out by Udinese, but he will remain in Bari for another campaign on loan.
These two clubs also renewed an existing co-ownership deal for defender Salvatore Masiello.
New agreements were reached for Bari to take Andrea Coda and Jaime Romero on loan for next season.
However, the fate of striker Riccardo Meggiorini is still up in the air, as a deal could not be reached between Genoa and Bari.
This means he will go to a blind auction – where both clubs place their bid in a sealed envelope and the highest offer buys out the remaining 50 per cent of his contract.