Legendary former Nerazzurri President Massimo Moratti spent the day at Inter Milan’s training centre for the first time in a decade.

This according to today’s print edition of Milan-based newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport, via FCInterNews.

Moratti is someone who certainly enjoyed a longstanding legacy with Inter.

The 78-year-old spent over two decades at the helm of the Nerazzurri.

Moratti took over as chairman in 1995. And he would guide the club through the ups and downs for twenty years before stepping down as President in 2016.

Under Moratti’s leadership, Inter won several Serie A titles. This most memorably culminated in the Treble win under Jose Mourinho in the 2009-10 season.

But that was far from the only great campaign or big trophy for Inter whilst Moratti was in charge.

Massimo Moratti At Inter Training Ground For First Time In Ten Years

Moratti has been largely uninvolved with Inter since his departure as President in 2016, however.

First, it was Erick Thohir who took over. The Indonesian businessman had a couple of rocky years at the helm.

And then it has been Suning and Steven Zhang.

Inter have faced their share of great moments and setbacks under the president ownership. Zhang has had to guide the Nerazzurri through some real financial hardships.

Through it all, Moratti has commented on his old team’s fortunes fairly regularly.

But the 78-year-old has not actually had any involvement in things. He had in fact not even made an appearance at the club’s training ground.

But that changed yesterday.

For the first time in a decade, Moratti made an appearance at Inter’s training ground.

There, the former President spoke to the current one Zhang via a video call.

He also observed most of the team’s training session, although the weather did not allow Moratti to watch the entirety of the session.