INTER NEWS

Eder is 'ready' for Euro 2016 with Italy and isn't bothered by criticism - 'I have Coach Antonio Conte's faith, and that's what matters'.
Yaya Toure’s agent doesn’t rule out an Inter move but “first I have to see the Manchester City hierarchy”.
Inter striker Mauro Icardi says Roberto Mancini has changed his game - “before I was just thinking of scoring”.
Jiangsu Suning midfielder Ramires is open to an Inter move - “I’d love to play in Italy”.
Inter are attempting to settle a deal with Torino to exchange Sampdoria loanee Eder for Bruno Peres.
Antonio Rudiger’s injury forces Roma to find a new centre-back, targeting Angelo Ogbonna and Juan Jesus.
Chelsea are ready to swoop for Juventus right-wing-back Stephan Lichtsteiner, according to The Sun.
Inter CEO Michael Bolingbroke assured new owners Suning “have very deep pockets and great ambitions for the club.”
Napoli interest in Antonio Candreva is “a load of rubbish,” insists Lazio President Claudio Lotito.
The injury of Antonio Rudiger hastens Roma's hunt for a new central defender and changes their entire transfer strategy.
Massimo Moratti says Inter's new owners are 'serious' whilst reflecting on his greatest champions.
Milan striker Carlos Bacca and Inter's new signing Ever Banega impressed in their Copa America games
Coach Roberto Mancini says 'nobody told me anything' as Inter got sold in full to the Chinese group Suning.
Suning Group vice-President Sun Weimin confirms “we’ll definitely invest in Inter” to take them to “the next level”.
Ever Banega thanks Inter vice-President Javier Zanetti for bringing him to a “historic club”.
Inter President Erick Thohir “can’t deny I need help” from Suning, but insists he won’t sell his remaining 30 per cent.
Inter CEO Michael Bolingbroke assured new owners Suning “want everyone to stay and have a five to ten year programme.”
Roberto Mancini could be offered a new contract to remain as Inter Coach until June 2018.
Domenico Criscito confessed if he does leave Zenit, “it would certainly be for a return to Italy.”
Real Madrid midfielder Mateo Kovacic won’t rule out a move to Milan or Juventus, but won’t return to Inter while Roberto Mancini is Coach.