OK, I just thought I'd write about co-ownership (compartecipazione), to explain it to those who do not know what it is.
In Italy many players are co-owned.If they are co-owned their name will appear in Orange. For a player to be co-owned they must have at least 2 years on their contract. At Inter, the most big-name player to be co-owned is Samir Handanovic, unfortunately I do not have enough money to buy out Udinese's share which creates a problem, seeing as my only goalkeeper is 36 years old, but more on that later.A player can be co-owned for 1 or 2 years.When his coownership finishes, both clubs must bid, the highest bidder winning. Co-ownership is also outside of Italy in places such as Argentina, Chile and Uruguay. Co-ownership is mainly used on young players, as you can see how they grow for 1 or 2 years and then decide whether to buy out the opposing teams 50% if he's developed well.
Going back to Inter, I have had to offer nearly all my reserves with decent potential for co-ownership, because they have potential, but I need money.
I'll get back to the story next.
I was GOING to do a squad report but my stupid, uber-sensitive mac mouse with no wheel scrolled back to the home page TWICE