INTER NEWS

The futures at Inter of both Marco Branca and Indonesian shareholder Rosan Roeslani look increasingly short-term.
Reports this morning that Walter Mazzarri was on the verge of the sack at Inter have been dismissed.
Leonardo Bonucci has admitted that Sunday’s win over Inter is ‘another brick’ in the Scudetto wall.
The agent of Lazio playmaker Keita Balde Diao has tried to take the pressure off of his client by insisting that he is not a replacement for Hernanes.
Claudio Lotito has reiterated that Hernanes wanted to leave for Inter, and that his sale has been to Lazio’s benefit.
Some reports today speculate that poor results in Inter’s next game or two could spell the end for Walter Mazzarri.
Gianluca Vialli believes that Inter yesterday were inferior to Juventus ‘physically, technically and intellectually’.
Former Inter and Juventus forward Roberto Boninsegna has cast his eye over yesterday evening’s proceedings: “Inter were in disarray.”
Andrea Ranocchia could still complete a loan move out to Galatasaray today, but it is expected to go down to the wire.
Walter Mazzarri was very critical of Mateo Kovacic and Inter’s general “sluggishness” after a 3-1 defeat to Juventus.
Antonio Conte praised Juventus for their “attacking mentality” against Inter and explained how Daniel Osvaldo will help.
Arturo Vidal scored in the 3-1 victory over Inter and said the difference was in the way Juventus started.
Juventus resumed their victory march by sweeping Inter aside 3-1 with an inspirational Andrea Pirlo pulling the strings.
Juventus gm Beppe Marotta tried to lower the tension with Inter ahead of tonight’s match and explained Daniel Osvaldo’s transfer.
Walter Mazzarri hopes “sport wins” in Juventus-Inter tonight after the team bus was attacked.
Juventus take on Inter in the Derby d’Italia and an increasingly bitter grudge match.
Edy Reja said Lazio “answered critics” after a 2-0 win at Chievo, reiterated players turned them down and Hernanes “didn’t tell the whole truth.”
Roma, Inter, Milan, Real Madrid, Manchester United, Liverpool and Manchester City are in the International Champions Cup, but Juventus pull out.
Inter defender Hugo Campagnaro warns “Juventus never give up” ahead of tonight’s Derby d’Italia.
President Claudio Lotito reveals he was “forced” to accept Inter’s offer for Hernanes. “Players have too much power.”