Inter in Adriano admission

Image: Moratti: Adriano threat

Inter Milan president Massimo Moratti has revealed the club are considering cancelling Adriano's contract.

Moratti hints at cancelling AWOL striker's contract

Inter Milan president Massimo Moratti has revealed the club are considering cancelling Adriano's contract. The Brazilian claimed earlier this month he was taking a break from football after he went missing after a World Cup 2010 qualifier against Peru. Adriano has suffered a number of personal problems in the last few years with his behaviour damaging his progress at Inter. The player's agent Gilmar Rinaldi claimed earlier this week Adriano would return to football, but Moratti has cast doubt on whether he will return to the Nerazzurri. Moratti admitted Inter could cancel the South American's contract and rejected suggestions the club could have done more to help the player. "Perhaps the rescission of his contract could be a solution," said Moratti. "I will wait until the right people have had meetings and once the lawyers and others have been consulted we will see what happens. "If he leaves, we can't deny him his freedom. We as a club have done everything we can for him, but he is doing the job he is paid to do."

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