INTER NEWS

Antonio Candreva can leave Lazio for €30m this summer and is an Antonio Conte target for Chelsea, say reports.
Ronaldo says Roma captain Francesco Totti “deserves respect” amid doubts about his future.
Former Inter and Milan striker Ronaldo admits “Italy is where I feel most at home”.
Inter Coach Roberto Mancini says ‘being a player is more fun and simple’ but hopes ‘to continue coaching for a long time.’
Ronaldo is ‘supporting Napoli’ for the Scudetto and says ‘it’s easier to predict Champions League qualification’ for Inter.
Ronaldo says it was ‘a minority who insulted me’ during Inter’s game against Sampdoria on Saturday.
Inter will reportedly meet Sampdoria for Roberto Soriano today, but could sell Marcelo Brozovic to Arsenal to fund a move.
Former Inter and Milan star Ronaldo says he knows what it's like for Francesco Totti to be excluded from his team.
Sampdoria President Massimo Ferrero saw “strange incidents recently, but they won’t be able to stop us.”
Roberto Mancini said Inter “can do much more in terms of performance” after a 3-1 victory over Sampdoria.
Vincenzo Montella felt Sampdoria “were superior to Inter for 95 minutes and it’s hard to understand” how they lost 3-1.
Felipe Melo saw Inter’s 3-1 home win over Sampdoria as “the first step” in their recovery.
Inter ended their negative run of results with a 3-1 win, sending Sampdoria spiralling into the danger zone.
Jose Mourinho admits visiting Inter means “coming back home. I could return here, why not?”
Mauro Icardi hopes to score against his old club Sampdoria and calls Inter legend Ronaldo “the best Number 9 in history.”
Inter are in desperate need of a victory against struggling Sampdoria with many familiar faces on show.
Former Inter President Massimo Moratti insists Jose Mourinho “won’t tell anyone” if he’s joining Manchester United.
Join us for all the build-up and action from today’s two Serie A games, the Derby di Verona and Inter-Sampdoria.
Inter director Bedy Moratti accidentally let slip “Jose Mourinho is happy, he’s going to Manchester United.”
Marco Materazzi explained his problem with Rafa Benitez. “He doesn’t consider how the players feel.”