INTER NEWS

Gabigol admits Inter “really surprised me in every way, as they take care of everything. I am very excited by this new mission and want to prove myself.”
Ivan Perisic warned Inter to get going after “an absolutely disappointing start to the season, which was really not what we expected.”
Joao Miranda “feels the responsibility of my role as a leader at Inter” after becoming captain of Brazil.
Pescara defender Hugo Campagnaro will “use every trick in the book” to stop Inter hitman Mauro Icardi.
Marco Fassone reportedly wants a new Milan sporting director by next week, with Massimiliano Mirabelli the favourite.
Barcelona director Albert Soler confirms they are in “legal process” with Santos over Gabigol.
Caner Erkin believes Inter Coach Frank de Boer “had a prejudice against me” after being frozen out.
Gabigol confirmed he will move to Inter next week, but is bringing his physiotherapist and other members of his entourage.
Javier Zanetti trusts the Suning Group “want to do great things” with Inter and has advice for Mauro Icardi.
Crystal Palace are expected to resume their bid for Genoa midfielder Tomas Rincon, facing competition from Inter and Roma.
According to reports in Spain, Diego Simeone will leave Atletico Madrid in 2018 and already has a deal lined up with Inter.
Milan tried to poach Fabio Paratici from Juventus, but he turned them down, so they look elsewhere for a sporting director.
Joao Mario had his first training session with Inter and wants “to prepare in the best way for the game against Pescara.”
It’s reported Inter had already agreed terms with Lyon striker Alexandre Lacazette in case they sold Mauro Icardi to Napoli.
Max Allegri is the highest-paid Coach in Serie A, according to La Gazzetta dello Sport, but Napoli’s Maurizio Sarri ranks only seventh.
Jiangsu Suning midfielder Ramires insists Inter “don’t need to be commented on” but assures “I’d surely give my opinion” on them if they came calling.
Massimo Moratti has revealed that he sensed “tension throughout the summer” at Inter after reflecting on Roberto Mancini’s exit.
Massimo Moratti admits a return to Inter “could happen”, but “it’s not in my immediate plans”.
Former Inter President Massimo Moratti shrugs off Juventus’ rejected Calciopoli appeal - “it’s enough to remember”.
Gazzetta dello Sport has revealed its yearly player salary charts, with Juventus’ Gonzalo Higuain the new best-paid player in Serie A.