INTER NEWS

Inter aren’t the only options for Manchester City defender Pablo Zabaleta, said his agent. “Roma are very interested, his move to Italy is possible.”
If Jorge Sampaoli takes the Lazio job, he could ask to swap Lucas Biglia with Inter midfielder Gary Medel.
Inter have reportedly staged a swoop for PSV Eindhoven defender Jeffrey Bruma, but the price-tag is at least €8m.
Sassuolo patron Giorgio Squinzi urged Silvio Berlusconi to sell Milan and warned “we deserve the Europa League spot.”
Olympique Marseille are said to be interested in a swoop for Inter centre-back Juan Jesus.
After Juventus celebrate the Scudetto against Sampdoria, it’s a triple bill for Europe tonight with Napoli-Frosinone, Milan-Roma and Sassuolo-Inter.
Inter and Valencia are the favourites to sign Florian Thauvin if Newcastle United opt to sell rather than extend his Marseille loan.
Eusebio Di Francesco assures Sassuolo can beat Inter and reach the Europa League. “We’ve overcome our syndrome.”
Palmeiras deny Juventus or Inter have “made any offer or shown interest” in Gabriel Jesus.
Samir Handanovic warned he could leave Inter for a side in the Champions League, so PSG have reportedly stepped up.
Roberto Mancini has called up seven youth players for Inter’s trip to Sassuolo tomorrow.
Juventus have beaten both Manchester United and Inter for Palmeiras striker Gabriel Jesus, say reports.
Roberto Mancini feels too much was expected of Inter, though he understands the anger of fans.
Roberto Mancini insists the 'challenges' Inter face means they'll remain behind Juventus, Roma and Napoli next season.
Roberto Mancini claims 'work is hard in these conditions' but he will stay at Inter 'if everybody's happy'.
Inter have set a price for Ivan Perisic at €35-40m as Chelsea won't relent on the player.
Roma full-back Lucas Digne and Juventus pair Paul Pogba and Patrice Evra have been named in the France squad for Euro 2016.
Felipe Melo’s agent confirms his client will stay at Inter for next season - “he won’t go to any other club.”
Inter could reportedly sell seven players, including Samir Handanovic, in order to fund their transfer campaign.
‘Inter messed up in January’ admits Mauro Icardi, who also has ‘no regrets’ with his use of social media.