INTER NEWS

Jack Bonaventura admits Milan “should’ve done better” after their 2-2 draw at Empoli and it’s getting tough for Europe.
Fredy Guarin might be going to China after all, but for Shanghai Shenhua rather than Jiangsu Suning.
Sampdoria have called up Ricky Alvarez and Dodo for tomorrow’s clash with Napoli.
Despite insisting Fredy Guarin was available, he’s not in the squad to take on Carpi on Sunday afternoon.
Roberto Mancini has “worried” Fredy Guarin back for Inter against Carpi and feels Adem Ljajic “can be our Samuel Eto’o.”
Maurizio Sarri admits it was “my mistake” against Inter, including the Roberto Mancini row, and Sampdoria are “a test of Napoli character.”
Inter are reviving their attempts to sign Yaya Touré after hints he could leave Manchester City.
Antonio Cassano thinks Roberto Mancini was “smart to light a fuse” under the Maurizio Sarri homophobia allegations.
Patrick Vieira said he learned more from Jose Mourinho at Inter than his many years with Arsene Wenger at Arsenal.
Jiangsu Suning continue to hit headlines, as Inter and Roma reportedly want more money for Fredy Guarin and Gervinho.
Inter are said to be raising their offer to PSG striker Ezequiel Lavezzi after interest from Chelsea and Liverpool.
Napoli have secured Alberto Grassi from Atalanta, but reportedly also an option on his teammate Marten De Roon.
The Andrea Ranocchia saga seems to be over, as it’s reported the Inter defender will join Sampdoria on loan.
Napoli Coach Maurizio Sarri insisted he is not homophobic after Roberto Mancini accepted his apology.
Fredy Guarin’s agent said Jiangsu Suning intermediaries “disappeared like ghosts,” as Inter await a written proposal.
There are reports Milan offered Mattia De Sciglio to Juventus in exchange for Martin Caceres.
Inter have released a statement confirming Coach Roberto Mancini has accepted Maurizio Sarri’s apology.
Empoli Coach Marco Giampaolo warns Milan are “a different team” after recent results.
Fredy Guarin’s agent says there's only a “verbal agreement” with Jiangsu Suning and for “much less than €18m”.
Milan’s Sinisa Mihajlovic discusses Maurizio Sarri and Roberto Mancini’s spat - “we Coaches have to lead by example”.