INTER NEWS

It’s reported Inter President Erick Thohir is in England to negotiate with Manchester City for Stevan Jovetic.
Giannelli Imbula’s father clarified it was not Inter that “made me want to throw up,” but rather their intermediaries.
Xherdan Shaqiri could be talked into accepting a move from Inter to Stoke City if he’ll be released a year later.
Fiorentina director Paolo Panerai again accused Inter of an illegal approach for Mohamed Salah and asked for “transparency.”
Inter reacted to Fiorentina accusations over Mohamed Salah by threatening legal action of their own.
According to reports in France, Inter have made an offer to Monaco for Portugal international Joao Moutinho.
Spanish papers claim Atletico Madrid midfielder Mario Suarez is pushing for a €12m transfer to Inter.
Fredy Guarin is reportedly furious with Inter for putting him on the market, as Fenerbahce make an offer.
Giannelli Imbula’s father said Inter “make me want to throw up” after the midfielder joined Porto. “They sent threats.”
Fiorentina director Paolo Panerai said “Inter should be relegated” for trying to poach Mohamed Salah.
Mohamed Salah broke his silence with a cryptic tweet. “I respect Fiorentina. The rumours in the media aren’t always credible.”
Roma are ready to challenge Inter for Manchester City striker Stevan Jovetic, but his price-tag is €21m.
Fiorentina sent a legal letter warning Inter about their approach for Mohamed Salah, but the club still offers €20m to Chelsea.
Arturo Vidal’s Chile won the Copa America on home turf, but Gonzalo Higuain missed a penalty for Argentina in the shoot-out.
Wolfsburg said Ivan Perisic is not for sale, but Inter step up their offer to €17m including bonuses.
A sale from Lazio “is not predicted,” but Keita Balde Diao is wanted by Liverpool and Inter, confirmed his agent.
Fiorentina have called Mohamed Salah for pre-season training and taken legal action against Inter for contacting the player.
Gary Medel’s agent declared Galatasaray “have a 0 per cent chance of getting him. He will 100 per cent stay at Inter.”
FIGC President Carlo Tavecchio is “worried about Inter and Milan investments. The balance sheet shouldn’t allow certain expenses.”
Wolfsburg have told Inter to forget about €20m-rated Ivan Perisic. “We have no intention of selling.”