INTER NEWS

There are four Serie A representatives in the world’s 20 most valuable clubs: Juventus, Milan, Inter and Napoli.
It’s reported that Manchester City midfielder Yaya Toure has agreed in principle to move to Inter this summer.
Sampdoria goalkeeper Emiliano Viviano names Torino as the Blucerchiati’s main rivals for the Europa League.
Palermo President Maurizio Zamparini says Paulo Dybala’s future will be decided in ‘a maximum of fifteen days’.
Leonardo believes Juventus are in “a more comfortable position” being underdogs against Real Madrid.
Former Inter President Massimo Moratti says Silvio Berlusconi must ‘do what’s best for Milan’ amid rumours of a sale.
The agent of Udinese midfielder Allan says Napoli want his client, and though the Zebrette don’t want to sell ‘common sense will prevail’.
The Derby D’Italia between Juventus and Inter has been brought forward, and will now be played on Saturday May 16.
Former Juventus midfielder Felipe Melo wants to return to Italy - to reunite with Roberto Mancini at Inter.
Inter are reportedly ready to offer €25m plus players to secure Palermo’s Paulo Dybala.
Inter striker Mauro Icardi admits a contract renewal is ‘at a difficult point’, as Chelsea are rumoured to be interested.
It’s reported that Mauro Icardi’s Inter renewal has been held up by a €30m bid from English champions Chelsea.
Inter vice-President Javier Zanetti assures the club will return to competing for trophies, and believes Juventus can win the Champions League.
Roma and Inter are expected to discover their Financial Fair Play sanctions tomorrow, according to reports, with other Serie A teams affected.
Thiago Motta's agent reveals that the rumours of a return to Inter are 'flattering', but not backed up by any facts yet.
Rolando Maran said Chievo “almost took all three points” off Inter at San Siro and aren’t done surprising yet.
Samir Handanovic criticised Inter’s performance against Chievo and said his contract renewal is “not just about money.”
Roberto Mancini was “disappointed” by Inter’s 0-0 draw with Chievo, but insisted his team did everything possible.
Lazio clawed back a draw away to Atalanta, so Roma go second, while Chievo scared Inter, Fiorentina crushed Cesena and Antonio Di Natale beat Verona.
Inter play their last cards to keep up with the Europa League race, but take on a Chievo side on good form.