Former Inter star Adriano is reportedly being tracked by Milan and Roma, but the Brazilian will not be able to return to Serie A until December due to his commitments with Flamengo, according to his agent, Gilmar Rinaldi.
'L'Imperatore' left the Nerazzurri last season after failing to make an impact at the San Siro under Jose Mourinho. The former Parma man rescinded his contract and joined the Brazilian side on a one-year deal. Last week the striker claimed he would be willing to return to Italy and a number of eyebrows were raised.
Rinaldi has now revealed there is the possibility of such a move, but it cannot happen until December, when Adriano will be free to find another club.
"Until December, Adriano will not be going anywhere. He wants to stay at Flamengo until March, but he has a clause which he can use to leave in December if he wants to," Rinaldi told Calciomercato.it.
"I know Italian teams like him and I did speak with Roma a few years ago when he was at Parma. Roma are a great team, but we cannot do anything until December. There is no chance Adriano will leave Flamengo before then.
"His thoughts are to play in the World Cup with Brazil and then to return to Europe."
Salvatore Landolina, Goal.com