Inter president Massimo Moratti has shown a sense of concern and caution after heading to Appiano Gentile to speak with Zlatan Ibrahimovic.
After losing Adriano following the contract rescission on Friday, the chief is concerned he may well lose another of his frontmen following the striker's recent revelations.
Il Corriere Dello Sport claims Moratti is worried after his main man hinted that he would leave the club for pastures new. The report suggests that Moratti met with 'Ibra' and shook his hand in a sign of solidarity, as he attempts to show the world that everything is rosy at the San Siro.
The duo spoke briefly and shared a joke as they tried to show the club's position on the striker's future. 'Ibra's' current deal expires in 2013 and the Beneamata have claimed he will not be sold for anything less than €100million.
Moratti then went to see Jose Mourinho and to watch the remainder of Saturday morning's session alongside the coach. The Nerazzurri clash with Napoli at the San Paolo on Sunday night, hoping to maintain their ten point lead over second place Milan.
Salvatore Landolina, Goal.com