INTER NEWS

Terrible news for Inter-owned Marco Andreolli, who tore his Achilles tendon while playing for Sevilla.
Nemanja Vidic “is still the best defender in the Inter squad,” insists his agent as the Serbian is back to full fitness.
Roberto Mancini would be happy if Inter “won every game 1-0” as they host new boys Frosinone.
Frosinone face Inter tomorrow and President Maurizio Stirpe admits “we had a little chat for Rey Manaj.”
Roberto Stellone is not one to hold back and already announced Frosinone’s starting XI. “Inter are ruthless.”
Josip Ilicic thanks Paulo Sousa for revitalising his career and is confident Fiorentina can win the Scudetto.
Walter Mazzarri is currently in England, but reportedly looking for a MLS job with Toronto FC the favourites.
Torino director Gianluca Petrachi confirms he “already turned down an €8m offer for Marco Benassi” and hopes to keep Bruno Peres.
Inter scouts were in the stands to view Nice forward Hatem Ben Arfa, who will be out of contract in June.
Inter are set to reject €35m offers from Chelsea, Arsenal and Liverpool for hitman Mauro Icardi.
Sampdoria President Massimo Ferrero sees a Roma, Napoli, Fiorentina and Juventus Scudetto race, but “Inter are very lucky.”
The agent of Lazio midfielder Lucas Biglia says a number of teams are interested in his client and “Inter is one of them”.
Inter have confirmed that Davide Santon is suffering with an achilles injury, and will train separately.
Inter President Erick Thohir plays down rumours of a move for Andrea Pirlo - “we need players who fit the club's project, not just big names.”
President Erick Thohir says Inter are “aiming to qualify for the Champions League” with Roberto Mancini.
Former Inter player Ezequiel Schelotto has been signed by Sporting CP in Portugal, with a buyout clause of €45m.
Ponta Preta striker Leandrinho could become a free agent, and Roma and Inter are among the clubs out to sign him.
Alex Telles aims to stay at Inter “for a long time” with Roberto Mancini and “brother” Felipe Melo.
Alessandro Diamanti says Alberto Gilardino “made the right choice” snubbing Inter and Lazio for Palermo.
Barcelona director Roberto Fernandez confirms Martin Montoya “will remain at Inter” even with no playing time.