INTER NEWS

Nemanja Vidic had a rather unfortunate incident today, as the Inter defender was stuck in a lift for two hours.
Danilo D’Ambrosio has revealed how and why he turned down Chelsea, and his later excitement to be at Inter.
Dani Osvaldo admits his focus is about finding top condition, following a goalless draw against PAOK for his debut.
Walter Mazzarri is happy with Inter’s goalless draw with PAOK and explains that his side are not underestimating Stjarnan.
Inter have played out a goalless draw with Greek side PAOK as they continue their pre-season preparations.
PSG Coach Laurent Blanc says Juventus target Ezequiel Lavezzi is free to leave the club, provided he wants to.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic admits he will probably retire from playing in 2016, when his PSG contract expires.
Juventus have offered Inter €5m plus Sebastian Giovinco for Fredy Guarin, reports in the Italian Press claim this afternoon.
Inter’s Europa League play-off with Stjarnan will be officiated by Croatian referee Mario Strahonja.
Nemanja Vidic reveals he is working on communication with Inter goalkeeper Samir Handanovic. “We see the whole game.”
Empoli have officially signed Matias Vecino from Fiorentina and Inter’s Diego Laxalt, both on loan.
It is reported that Rolando has turned down a move to Galatasaray as he wants to return to Inter instead.
Inter playmaker Hernanes says he is hungry to achieve great things with the Nerazzurri this season.
Inter have rejected an offer from Tottenham of €12m plus Roberto Soldado for Fredy Guarin, reports claim.
Diego Laxalt’s agent revealed why the Inter midfielder rejected Almeria and Stuttgart for Empoli.
Inter and Torino Europa League play-off fixtures have been confirmed, starting August 20 and 21.
There are reports Juventus want €48m plus two Manchester United players – one of them Javier Hernandez – for Arturo Vidal.
Mexico Coach Miguel Herrera told Inter target Javier Hernandez to leave Manchester United. “Juventus would be a good option.”
Inter wide man Diego Laxalt has left the training camp in order to discuss personal terms with Empoli.
Patrick Vieira has slammed Italian clubs’ decision to vote in Carlo Tavecchio as the new FIGC President, accusing them of not fighting racism.