INTER NEWS

Massimo Moratti insists Inter were “not given reparations for anything” in the Calciopoli scandal. “They just made it possible for us to win.”
Gianluigi Donnarumma said staying at Milan was “the right thing to do” and he’d “never” join Inter, but wouldn’t rule out Juventus in future.
Andrea Ranocchia reveals Inter Coach Luciano Spalletti “convinced me to stay” this summer.
Week 5 saw an average of 23,000 fans at Serie A fixtures, as attendances continue to rise.
Massimo Moratti admits he misses being Inter President, but once again rules out returning.
The referees for Serie A Week 6 have been announced, with Piero Giacomelli assigned the Derby della Mole between Juventus and Torino on Saturday.
Lucas Lima’s agent claims Inter and Roma both want the Santos midfielder but face competition from Barcelona and Manchester United.
Napoli, Juventus and Inter are all reportedly ready to launch a transfer tug-of-war for Paris Saint-Germain striker Edinson Cavani in January.
Andrea Stramaccioni reportedly risks the sack at Sparta Prague after a poor start to the season.
Inter have officially signed Facundo Colidio to a three-year contract from Boca Juniors, joining their youth academy.
The agent of 16-year-old Genoa sensation Pietro Pellegri insists “all options are open” after talk of a Milan, Juventus or Inter deal.
Inter legend Luis Suarez says Mauro Icardi and Ivan Perisic “are not top players”, and says they “won’t win the league”.
Former Inter President Massimo Moratti insists “I’m absolutely not going to buy a stake from Erick Thohir”.
Sampdoria President Massimo Ferrero sees Napoli as Scudetto favourites, as Juventus “are not unbeatable”.
Joao Cancelo could make his Inter return against Benevento in Week 7, according to reports.
Napoli are leading Europe’s scoring charts, with an average of 3.75 goals per game so far this season.
Inter will reportedly take Alex Teixeira on loan from Jiangsu Suning in January.
Simone Verdi insists Bologna “proved on the field we deserved more” than Inter in tonight’s draw, but admits he didn’t belong at Milan.
Luciano Spalletti concedes Inter “didn’t do it with much quality or sharpness, but the team did react” in a draw with Bologna.
Roberto Donadoni fears the Inter penalty would not have been awarded to Bologna. “We were superior to Inter on the night.”