He is a product of Fiorentina and Brescia youth teams. He started his career with a loan in Serie B at Cesena in the 2004-05 season. Then he spent 4 years as first choice goalkeeper in Serie B with Brescia.
In January 2009 Viviano signed by Internazionale in co-ownership deal for €3.5 million. He was immediately loaned back to Brescia. In the 2009-10 season he made his debut in Serie A with Bologna where he became the first choice goalkeeper. Bologna signed him in by bought Brescia's 50% registration rights for undisclosed fee.
On 25 June 2011, Viviano rejoined Inter from Bologna after Lega Serie A announced the result of co-ownership deals. It was due to an administrative error allowed him to join Inter for a reported fee of €4.2 million. The error came as the Bologna club director Stefano Pedrelli accidentally halved again the initial €4.71 million valuation of the remaining 50% of his contract to bid only €2.33 million in response to Inter's €4.2 million valuation on the bid submitted to the league office on 24 June. Bologna would only received fewer cash as part of the fee were compensated by the transfer debt to Inter for Rene Krhin's transfer. On 23 July, Viviano was diagnosed with a complete tear of the... Read More