INTER NEWS

Serie A heads into its final weekend before the October international break, and it looks set to be an important weekend.
Sassuolo defender Francesco Acerbi claims a move to Inter “seemed all done” and reveals “I told myself I was stupid” to undergo chemotherapy.
Inter CEO Alessandro Antonello has asserted that the club want to stay at San Siro. “It’s iconic and our home.”
Inter-owned Gabriel Barbosa was reportedly involved in a bust-up with a Benfica teammate on the eve of Tuesday’s 5-0 defeat to Basel.
Valencia confirm they “already have an agreement with Geoffrey Kondogbia should we exercise the option” with Inter.
Inter have officially confirmed that Zinho Vanheusden has suffered a cruciate ligament injury.
Inter President Erick Thohir says talk of a move for Arsenal attacking midfielder Mesut Ozil is “just gossip”.
Inter President Erick Thohir doesn’t see a repeat of Roberto Mancini’s second spell - “our goal is the Champions League”.
Luca Banti has been appointed as the referee for this week’s Milan-Roma game, the AIA has announced.
Inter will reportedly loan Alex Teixeira in January, to leave room in the budget for a centre-back.
Former Milan and Inter Coach has been appointed at Turkish club Antalyaspor on a two-year contract.
Inter will be able to buy a midfielder in January, reports suggest, but further investment depends on the Chinese government.
Inter are reportedly interested in Leon Goretzka, but the midfielder is more likely to join Bayern Munich.
Inter defender Zinho Vanheusden has suffered a knee injury, leaving Luciano Spalletti with just three centre-backs.
Inter pair Samir Handanovic and Miranda are reportedly close to signing new contracts.
Inter have reportedly passed up the chance to sign Arsenal midfielder Mesut Ozil.
Juan Jesus said Roma “are here to win” in Azerbaijan for tomorrow’s Champions League trip to Qarabag. “We won’t underestimate them.”
Five players will be suspended for Week 7 of Serie A, including Genoa’s Adel Taarabt.
The viewing figures for Serie A have dropped by around three million compared to this time last season.
Feyenoord midfielder Tonny Vilhena reveals he turned down both Sampdoria and Inter in the past.