INTER NEWS

Inter Coach Roberto Mancini admits “we aren’t the best-equipped team” to win the Scudetto.
Inter Coach Roberto Mancini insists there’s no problem with Mauro Icardi - “he’ll score the goals which will help us”.
Nicolas Burdisso calls Roma captain Francesco Totti “fantastic” but “he’s not a leader”.
Inter forward Stevan Jovetic has paid for a stranger to have cruciate ligament surgery in his native Montenegro.
Javier Zanetti believes the most “consistent” team will win the Scudetto - “I hope that team will be Inter”.
Arrigo Sacchi says it will take “something extraordinary” for Napoli to win the Scudetto, as they lack a “winning mentality”.
Palermo and Sassuolo both went out to lower-League opposition, in the Fourth Round of the Coppa Italia.
Adem Ljajic believes Inter’s defeat to Napoli can “paradoxically be an advantage”, as it will provide motivation.
Rodrigo Palacio wants “to win with Inter” and praises the Nerazzurri’s toughness.
Vice-President Javier Zanetti tells Inter to “fight to the end” and “we’ll see what the table says at the end of the season”.
Torino President Urbano Cairo believes it’s “hard to say” who will win the Scudetto, but admires Napoli and Inter.
Ronaldo is cheering for his former side Inter to win the Scudetto, but thinks Roma are “on a lower level”.
Inter will reportedly send scouts to watch Hatem Ben Arfa for Nice in tomorrow’s Ligue 1 match against Paris Saint-Germain.
Boca Juniors starlet Jonathan Calleri admits he’d “prefer Inter to Real Madrid or Barcelona,” so could arrive in Serie A via a minnow.
Captain Marek Hamsik says Napoli “must keep our feet on the ground” following the win over Inter on Monday.
Napoli full-back Elseid Hysaj discusses the win over Inter, and says Juventus are still in the Scudetto race.
Claudio Marchisio praises Juventus’ “pride and commitment” but warns “the comeback is not complete”.
New York City FC’s Andrea Pirlo and Lazio’s Lucas Biglia haven’t been contacted by Inter, says Coach Roberto Mancini.
Roberto Mancini says Inter ‘won’t settle for second place’ and outlines the reasons they could win the Scudetto.
Serie A referees ‘must learn to whistle less’ says Inter Coach Roberto Mancini, who believes the league is ‘home of the divers’.