Inter and former transfer consultant Gabriele Oriali have terminated their rapport by mutual consent, the club said in statement on Friday.
Oriali left his post as transfer consultant at the club in the summer, and back then he claimed he was "ousted".
Now though, Inter have confirmed the division. And a statement on their official website reads:
"FC Internazionale and Gabriele Oriali announce that the long-standing contract between the two parties has been terminated by mutual consent.
"President Massimo Moratti and FC Internazionale thank Gabriele Oriali for his professionalism and sincere attachment to the Nerazzurri shirt in his many years at the club.
"Oriali progressed through the youth ranks at Inter before making the jump to the first team. He scored 43 goals in 392 appearances, winning two Scudettos and two Italian Cups. He ended his playing career at Fiorentina after winning the World Cup with Italy in 1982.
"He returned to Inter in 1999, taking on a number of different important roles. His long and successful period of collaboration culminated with the great triumphs of recent seasons."