INTER NEWS

Tom Ince has reportedly ended speculation that he is to join Inter by saying his immediate future lies in England’s Premier League.
Mauricio Isla’s agent has denied reports that the Juventus defender could be on his way to Inter.
Inter President Erick Thohir has been cleared by Goldman Sachs bank to buy out the club and clear its debts.
Napoli’s Valon Behrami has played down speculation linking him with a move to Inter this summer.
Caner Erkin has ended speculation linking him with a move to Inter by agreeing a new contract with Fenerbahce.
Udinese have confirmed that Andrea Stramaccioni has been appointed as their new Coach on a two-year deal.
Javier Zanetti is convinced that Mario Balotelli will be able to fulfil his potential once he has found the correct balance in his life.
Javier Zanetti has given his opinions on Juventus and commented on comparisons between Antonio Conte and Jose Mourinho.
Former Inter captain Javier Zanetti says it will take time to restore the club to the top of the Italian game.
Andrea Stramaccioni is reportedly headed for Milan to resolve his contract at Inter to then sign a two-year deal with Udinese.
Jose Mourinho believes anything is possible for Italy at this summer’s World Cup in Brazil.
Udinese are expected to very soon make official the appointment of Andrea Stramaccioni as their new Coach.
Colombia will be at the World Cup without Radamel Falcao, whilst Luis Muriel has also been cut from their squad.
Argentina’s final squad of 23 heading out to the World Cup includes seven Serie A based players including Gonzalo Higuain and Rodrigo Palacio.
Francesco Bardi’s agent believes that the goalkeeper’s future next season will be away from Inter.
Walter Mazzarri is delighted that Lorenzo Insigne has made the World Cup squad, but feels bad for Christian Maggio.
Andrea Stramaccioni is on the verge of being named the new Udinese Coach, according to reports.
Algeria have named four Serie A based players in their final 23 man squad for the World Cup.
Giuseppe Rossi has missed out on a place in Italy’s final 23-man World Cup squad, announced this evening.
Blackpool chairman Karl Oyston has insisted that his club have little influence on Tom Ince’s future.