Inter Milan striker Diego Milito has come out in support of midfielder Fredy Guarin, whose future has been thrown into doubt after the proposed move to Juventus fell through at the last moment.

The 27-year-old was in talks with Juventus and came close to signing for the Italian Giants in a swap deal involving the movement of striker Mirko Vucinic. Vucinic was expected to go the other way, while Guarin would have joined the table leaders Juventus.

Guarin's brother even announced this move on the social networking sites, but Inter Milan president Erik Thohir prevented the deal from going through at the last moment. Tnere was also talk of him wearing a man utd t-shirt this winter, but that move never materialised.

When the announcement about the potential move came through, Inter fans reacted very angrily. It is thought that this angry reaction is what made the Inter owner to change his mind. However, it has now resulted in a very complex situation for the 27-year-old. Guarin is in danger of spending the next six months in exile, as he has been made unwelcome by his own fans. However, Milito has come out in support of the midfielder, who was earlier linked with a move to Chelsea.

He says that the past 48 hours involving Guarin has been completely forgotten by the teammates at Inter and he is welcome back to the team. It has been a season of struggles for the Italian giants despite bringing in Walter Mazzarri in the summer.

"It's a problem between Fredy and the club. I hope it is resolved in the best way possible. As far as I am concerned he will be welcomed in the dressing room in the same way as ever - he is a teammate. The transfer market is always complicated for a player and he has to stay calm whether he leaves or stays. The best solution has to be found for all parties," said Milito.

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