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It's a sad day for Inter Milan supporters after one of their club legends has left the club.
We're of course talking about goalkeeper Tommaso Berni, who has had his contracted terminated after making a grand total of 0 appearances in his six-year stint with the Nerazzurri.
He does leave without conceding a single goal at Inter, yet despite playing as a reserve goalkeeper and being nowhere near the sticks, Berni somehow managed to get himself sent off on two occasions.
Berni was shown a red card in Inter's late 2-1 win over Parma for dissent in the 68th minute - adding to a dismissal earlier in the season.
That red card came after the final whistle was blown in the Inter-Cagliari game back in January, when he sarcastically applauded the referee for giving Lautaro Martinez his marching orders in the 1-1 draw.
Berni has had his contract extended until the end of August, with it being reported that he was earning €200,000-a-year just being a member of the squad.
But he won't be adding to his red card tally with Inter after they confirmed they would not be retaining him for the coming season.
Now 37, Berni did come through the Inter youth system many years back and has had a very bizarre career. He signed for Wimbledon back in 2001 but left mere months later after failing to play a single minute.
It's been a recurring theme in his career. The former Braga and Lazio goalkeeper has made just 120 professional appearances, his latest coming for Sampdoria in 2013.
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