INTER NEWS

Antonio Di Natale has trained today, and could be fit for Udinese's trip to Inter on Sunday.
Zdravko Kuzmanovic insists that Inter made no mistake in the transfer market when they signed Mateo Kovacic.
Inter’s injury-plagued campaign continues after Antonio Cassano fractured the second metacarpal of his right hand.
Inter's Cristian Chivu has denied reports that he was ready to sue doctors with regards to an operation he had last August.
Inter forward Antonio Cassano has admitted that he hasn’t made the most from his footballing abilities.
Frank Lampard has confirmed he nearly quit Chelsea in 2008 so he could join Jose Mourinho at Inter. “That was the one time when I was close.”
Mateo Kovacic is delighted to be at a club like Inter despite the Beneamata’s problems in 2012-13.
Martin Montoya is set to sign a new contract at Barcelona, but Inter are still keen on netting him for the 2013-14 campaign.
The Corriere dello Sport claims that Napoli have offered Gokhan Inler to Inter in exchange for Fredy Guarin.
Catania directors confirmed Milan and Inter made offers for Francesco Lodi, but so far there is “nothing official” from Juventus.
Inter President Massimo Moratti insists he’s keeping hold of Samir Handanovic and Fredy Guarin, while he won’t consider Walter Mazzarri.
Despite his poor spell at Inter, Rafa Benitez’s agent assures “we’ll take offers from Italy into consideration” after rumours of Roma and Napoli interest.
Antonio Di Natale is a real doubt for Udinese’s trip to Inter on Sunday, as he was diagnosed with a sprained calf muscle.
Rodrigo Palacio could make his Inter comeback against Udinese after returning to full training today.
The agent of Manchester City defender Micah Richards has claimed that Inter and Napoli are interested in signing his client.
Javier Zanetti is confident that Inter will return to being a competitive force in the world of Italian football.
Sampdoria have admitted that Mauro Icardi will probably end up at Inter before the start of next season.
Alessandro Altobelli has given a scathing assessment of former club Inter and boss Andrea Stramaccioni.
Inter President Massimo Moratti has insisted he has no doubts about Andrea Stramaccioni's future at the club.
Davide Ballardini looks back to when he first arrived at Genoa, while Andrea Stramaccioni looks to the future.