Inter full-back Yuto Nagatomo is confident of securing a contract renewal and “we’re aiming for the Scudetto”.
Inter’s search for a creative midfielder could take them to the Napoli bench and Mirko Valdifiori.
Rai Sport claim Milan have secured Franco Vazquez from Palermo, either in January or at the end of the season.
President Erick Thohir wants Inter “back among the top 10 clubs in the world. Leo Messi – why not?”
Fredy Guarin knows Inter “have a huge opportunity” to win the Scudetto this season “and reach the Champions League.”
Stevan Jovetic, Adem Ljajic and Felipe Melo have reportedly been handed fines in the wake of Inter’s defeat to Lazio on Sunday.
Inter could use Andrea Ranocchia as part of a bid for Lazio captain Lucas Biglia, but Verona’s Jacopo Sala remains a cheaper alternative.
Former Coach Leonardo tells Milan how to rebuild and has advice for Jose Mourinho. “Football has changed.”
Inter announced they will not appeal Felipe Melo’s three-match ban for a horror tackle on Lucas Biglia.
Claudio Ranieri is top of the Premier League with Leicester City and has some interesting theories about Jose Mourinho.
Roma are again asking Inter for centre-back Juan Jesus, who has been pushed down the pecking order.
Milan targeted Giannelli Imbula over the summer and could revive their interest in the Porto midfielder.
Chelsea have reportedly approached Inter boss Roberto Mancini with wages worth €8.5m per season.
Lazio have reportedly refused to even discuss selling Keita Balde Diao to Monaco.
Boca Juniors striker Jonathan Calleri confirms a move to Inter is “very advanced” with only his signature required.
Alex Telles insists his Inter teammate Felipe Melo could be a Coach one day - “he plays a lot of Football Manager…”
Felipe Melo’s karate-kick challenge on Lazio captain Lucas Biglia has earned the Inter man a three-game ban.
Juan Sebastian Veron praises the “class” of Juventus forward Paulo Dybala, but warns against “too much expectation and pressure”.
Napoli Coach Maurizio Sarri sees Juventus as Scudetto favourites, but praises his own side.
Roberto Mancini denies he and some of his Inter players were involved in a row after the defeat to Lazio last night.