INTER NEWS

Joao Mario, as expected, is back in Inter’s squad for their match against Napoli in Serie A on Saturday.
Inter boss Luciano Spalletti believes Napoli have “become an advert for Serie A” but will not discount Milan from the title race.
Inter and Italy Under-18 defender Alessandro Bastoni has revealed that “I’m inspired by Sergio Ramos.”
Former Italy ace Antonio Cassano insists he has not retired from football but reveals “I rejected Juventus three times.”
Borja Valero has stoked the fires ahead of Napoli-Inter on Saturday. “I’ll beat you, we’re ready to overtake them…”
Napoli’s Lorenzo Insigne had further tests today, which confirmed muscular fatigue but no tear.
Napoli’s Amadou Diawara reveals he asked to take the penalty against Manchester City - “I felt it”.
Joao Mario trained with the rest of his Inter teammates today, so he’s available for Saturday’s trip to Napoli.
Luca Banti has been appointed to Napoli-Inter, as the Week 9 Serie A referees are announced.
AEK Athens forward Marko Livaja wants to score against Milan tonight because “I’m in love with Inter”.
Arturo Vidal would accept a move to Inter, reports suggest, but they’d have to sell a player in January.
Despite denials from Jiangsu Suning, it’s reported Ramires is very close to joining Inter in January.
Arturo Vidal is open to joining Inter in January, according to TMW, but a deal must be worked out with Bayern Munich.
Roma beat Chelsea 2-0 in the Champions Youth League and Inter conquered Dinamo Kiev to qualify for the next round, but Sporting humiliated Juventus.
On this day 109 years ago, Milan beat Inter 2-1 in the first ever Milan derby.
Inter are reportedly hopeful of having Joao Mario back for Saturday’s Serie A clash with Napol
Former Milan midfielder Massimo Ambrosini claims Inter “aren’t Scudetto material.”
Kalidou Koulibaly notes Napoli felt “freer” after going 2-0 down, having initially been frightened by Manchester City’s tempo.
Lorenzo Insigne was reassuring about his injury, but “we’ll see tomorrow” if he’s able to start for Napoli against Inter.
Dries Mertens was “angry” after Napoli’s 2-1 defeat to Manchester City. “We proved if we play our football, we can fight it out with anyone.”