Date: 8th May 2014 at 8:49pm
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-owned midfielder would like to return to next season with ’s side or with Latina, where he currently plays.

After a disappointing six-month stint at Pescara, the 22-year-old playmaker has scored four goals in 18 matches with since arriving in January.

is my home, I will always carry it in my heart, I hope I can return and have some satisfactions,” Viviani said during ReteSport’s TV show La Partita Perfetta.

“We have not spoken yet. I want to finish the season well and then we will see in June. Staying at Latina, if we can make our dream come true, would not be bad.

“The town is beautiful, I feel great, our fans support us and sing when we lose.”

He praised his former coach who made him debut with the Giallrossi.

“He gave me a lot, unfortunately I never heard from him since he left.

“I did not see when he talked well about me in a press conference. [Nicolas] Burdisso told me that at the training center. I watched it immediately.

“Since the first day of training he trusted me, he put in my head his way of interpreting football and his philosophy. I think this is fundamental today.

“He told me not to be afraid of asking for the ball, to always play it.

“[Ivan] De La Pena was important too, he was on the sideline giving me advice during training. I wanted him to stay like the rest of the team. It was a bad blow when he left. He was the connection between the players and the coaches.

“I am still in touch with [Alessandro] Florenzi. We are very close but I am also in contact with Daniele and Alberto De Rossi, and Bruno Conti.”