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The chief of the Nerazzurri feels for the Brazilian hitman and what he is going through at present.

The issues of Inter’s Brazilian striker, Adriano, have been well publicised in recent times, as he has temporarily walked away from the game due to problems, both on and off the field, that have been troubling him this season.

Many have had their say on the 26-year-old’s situation and whether or not his decision is the correct one. The latest to do so is the president of the Nerazzurri, Massimo Moratti, who expressed his sympathy for the wayward hitman.

“I’m not shocked with what has happened, although I am very sorry that he is in this situation,” Moratti claimed in an interview with Sky.

“I sincerely regret that it so effortlessly got to this point, but I do believe that it is the best solution for him.

“I have not spoken to him lately, but the most important thing is that he is coping well and dealing with his problems.”

Moratti’s Inter have the chance to all but secure the Scudetto this weekend, when they travel to Turin to take on Juventus at the Stadio Olimpico.

Adrian Del Monte, Goal.com

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