MILAN - Here's a roundup of the latest transfer market deals done by Piero Ausilio and the academy staff:
Goalkeeper Emiliano Viviano (born 1985), who has played at Brescia for the last four seasons, has joined Bologna in a co-ownership deal.
After two seasons with Inter's senior youth team, midfielder Alberto Gerbo (born 1989) will play on loan at Serie B club Ancona next season.
In 2009/10 Hungarian midfielder Attila Filkor (born 1988) will remain at Serie B side Sassuolo, where he played the second half of last season. Sassuolo have an option to take the Budapest-born player on a co-ownership deal at the end of the season-long loan spell.
Attacking winger Luca Siligardi (born 1988), who played on loan at Bari (5 appearances) and Piacenza (3 appearances, 1 goal) last season, joins Triestina on loan, while goalkeeper Paolo Tornaghi (born 1988) has joined Rimini in a co-ownership deal after a stint at Como (5 appearances in Lega Pro).
Grosseto have taken Milan-born full-back Simone Fautario (born 1987), who played at Pistoiese last season (28 appearances in Lega Pro), in a co-ownership agreement.