INTER NEWS

Inter vice-President Javier Zanetti admits the visit of Roma on Sunday night is “a cup final”.
Former Inter Coach Jose Mourinho has offered his support to Claudio Ranieri, who was sacked by Leicester yesterday.
Stefano Pioli believes that Inter can compete with the likes of Juventus, Roma and Napoli in the future.
Inter forward Eder believes they face a ’50-50 game’ against Roma on Sunday night.
Kostas Manolas’ agent calls talk of a move away from Roma “rumours” but has no news on a contract extension.
Paolo Tagliavento has been assigned as the referee for Sunday’s Inter-Roma game.
Antonio Barreca’s agent insists he’s “never heard” from Inter or Napoli regarding the Torino full-back.
It’s reported Inter will use this Sunday’s Roma game to negotiate for Kostas Manolas.
Frank de Boer reveals the chaos at Inter with Mauro Icardi and Marcelo Brozovic got too much for him. “We had three months, but honestly it felt like a year.”
Inter goalkeeper Samir Handanovic has reportedly changed his agent, which some see as a sign he’s heading to Manchester City.
Paris Saint-Germain patron Nasser Al Khalaifi warns Marco Verratti “is not for sale” despite interest from Inter, Juventus, Chelsea and Barcelona.
Gabriel Barbosa says “it would be an honour” to wear the Inter number 10 shirt next season.
Mauro Icardi and Inter have both been fined by the FIGC over the striker’s controversial autobiography.
Sampdoria have joined the list of clubs interested in Fiorentina captain Gonzalo Rodriguez, according to reports.
Chelsea are sending scouts to view Ivan Perisic when Inter host Roma on Sunday evening, it’s reported.
Italy Coach Giampiero Ventura confirmed he is “watching” Porto defender Alex Telles against Juventus for a potential Azzurri call-up.
The Lega Serie A has confirmed the suspensions for Week 26, with Joao Miranda missing Inter-Roma.
A scan revealed no muscular injury for Inter defender Jeison Murillo, while Marcelo Brozovic is “recovering well”.
Domenico Berardi admits he was “closer to Juventus” than Inter, and says Alessandro Del Piero "always impressed me".
Marcello Lippi believes Serie A has improved thanks to “a change of mentality, a courageous attitude”.