Claudio Vigorelli, the agent of Emiliano Viviano, has admitted that the fact Inter called his client in for a trial in recent months was very pleasing for him.
When Samir Handanovic sustained a hairline fracture to the small finger in his left hand, Inter brought Viviano to train with the club with a view to a possible deal whilst they assessed the damage of Handanovic’s injury.
Viviano, who underwent and passed a medical with the club, trained for a few days with Antonio Conte’s side but once it became apparent that Handanovic’s injury was not as serious as first feared, Inter told Viviano that his services would not be required.
“Emiliano made himself available when he received the call but Handanovic’s injury seemed less serious than expected. Inter thought of hiring a goalkeeper and Viviano immediately came to mind. This pleased us,” Vigorelli began an interview with Italian news outlet TuttoMercatoWeb.
“For a few days there was a great chance of him going to Inter but then it did not go through. It still remains pleasing though that he was taken into great consideration by the management of the club.”
Vigorelli went on to add that he is confident that his client, who has been a free agent since leaving Portuguese giants Sporting at the end of last year, will find new employers over the Summer: “Emiliano has a great desire to return and in the Summer his time will come.”
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