Brazil legend Adriano has reportedly started dating two of his ex-girlfriends at the same time – and one is unaware that he’s seeing the other.
Reports emerged last week suggesting Adriano, who won four Serie A titles during his iconic stint at Inter Milan, has sold his £1.2million mansion and moved into a luxury hotel in Rio de Janeiro.
According to Extra.Globo, the former striker’s ex-fiancee Victoria Moreira has been spotted in the Grand Hyatt presidential suite since he made the move.
Yet this is where the story becomes complicated, as it is also believed another of his former girlfriends, Micaela Mesquita, has also been making frequent visits to the hotel at different times.
Sources close to Adriano suggest he is trying his best to keep the pair separate by only inviting Micaela over when Victoria is at home in Northern Fluminense, with the latter left unaware of his arrangement.
The 39-year-old was previously engaged to Victoria up until June 2020, while he also enjoyed a brief relationship with Micaela between 2016 and 2018.
Their current love triangle has reportedly been going on for the last three months, with Adriano keeping a tight lid on it by not being picture outside of the hotel with either woman.
The former Brazil frontman, who scored 27 goals in 48 games for his country, is yet to find a new permanent residence after moving his family into the Barro do Tijuca hotel.
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He is said to be forking out around £11,000 per month for a 145-square-metre room that has a balcony overlooking the ocean along with a swimming pool.
Adriano rose to fame during his famous second spell at Inter, where he established a reputation as one of the most powerful strikers in world football.
The ‘Emperor’ won four league titles and two Coppa Italias with Milan, while also finishing sixth and seventh in the 2004 and 2005 Ballon d’Or awards.
For his country, he played a key part in their 2004 Copa America triumph.
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