INTER NEWS

Sao Paulo’s sporting director doesn’t know if Jonathan Calleri will join Inter - “it doesn’t depend on us”.
After an exciting weekend when Roma scored a last minute goal against Napoli to hand Juventus the title Dave Taylor selects his best X1 from Week 35.
Bayer Leverkusen striker Javier Hernandez reveals “Juve, Inter, Milan, Roma and Lazio” tried to sign him last summer.
Former defender Ivan Cordoba insists Inter have five-consecutive Scudetti too, despite one being awarded after Calciopoli.
Juventus have officially retained the Scudetto for a fifth-consecutive season.
Inter target Sofiane Boufal confirms he’ll probably leave Lille but has “no preference” about which League he goes to.
The Suning Group’s proposed investment in Inter could reportedly see Alex Teixeira arrive on loan.
The Suning Group released an official statement confirming their interest in a 'strategic cooperation' with Inter.
Inter's Roberto Mancini explains that a Coach must 'be like a father' and adapt to players from different cultures.
Inter are looking to exchange Juan Jesus for Napoli's Manolo Gabbiadini, who will take the place of Adem Ljajic, say reports.
The sale of 20 per cent of Inter's stocks is still being negotiated as sources disagree about the final date.
Damiano Tommasi is embittered about Inter-Udinese's record of foreigners on the pitch: 'The rules that allow this are wrong'.
Lazio director Igli Tare said there have been “no offers” for Antonio Candreva or Lucas Biglia, “but they are very expensive.”
President Erick Thohir has “no intention of buying a club in England or leaving Inter. Selling up is fantasy. As for FFP, we’re not stupid.”
Stevan Jovetic insists “I never thought of leaving Inter,” but there are reports Antonio Conte wants him at Chelsea.
The purchase of Inter shares by the Suning Group could be part of a larger Chinese football plan, say reports.
Jeison Murillo shrugged off transfer speculation around Manchester United, Chelsea and Liverpool. “I want to stay with Inter.”
Udinese Coach Gigi De Canio was “satisfied with the performance, not the result, but we had a late chance” against Inter.
Roberto Mancini feels Inter’s 3-1 victory over Udinese keeps them in the hunt for third place. “Strange things happen in football.”
Stevan Jovetic celebrated his first Inter goals since December and noted Europa League qualification is “an improvement.”