INTER NEWS

Claudio Ranieri believes his achievements at Cagliari were more important than winning the Premier League with Leicester City.
Fiorentina’s Borja Valero is adamant he would not swap forward Nikola Kalinic for either Gonzalo Higuain or Mauro Icardi.
Tuttosport are reporting the methods used by Inter Coach Frank De Boer on the training ground and in preparation for matches.
Arsenal and Chelsea are reportedly starting to make strong steps forward in the bidding war for Atalanta midfielder Franck Kessié.
Diego Milito insists Inter are not dependent on forward and captain Mauro Icardi.
It is reported that Inter’s Marcelo Brozovic is the subject of interest from Premier League teams Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspur.
Nice Coach Lucien Favre has heaped praise on Mario Balotelli, describing him as ‘receptive, happy and proud.’
Former Roma boss Rudi Garcia has been linked with taking over at French club Marseille.
Cristian Ansaldi’s agent assures “everything is ok” with Frank de Boer, and the Inter defender is over his injury.
Paolo Rossi believes Roma captain Francesco Totti “has been the strongest in Italy for the last 20 years”.
Gabriel ‘Gabigol’ Barbosa said he “chose Inter for the project. We can win the Scudetto and I can’t wait to make my debut.”
Liverpool are believed to be interested in an offer for Inter defender Andrea Ranocchia in January.
Juventus have joined Inter and Paris Saint-Germain in targeting Benfica defender Victor Lindelof.
Bloomberg reports that James Pallotta is in meetings to sell a €75m (40 per cent) stake in Roma, as a “strategic partner” is needed.
Gigi Del Neri feels “Napoli are the only side who can compete with Juventus” for the Scudetto this season.
Italy legend Giancarlo Antognoni believes Inter “are almost at the same level as Juventus” when it comes to individual stars.
Following the midweek games Juventus have once again climbed to the Serie A summit, as Dave Taylor selects his top XI from Week 5.
Sporting director Piero Ausilio believes Gabriel Barbosa “represents the dream of the new Inter”.
New Inter signing Gabriel Barbosa promises he’ll “play any role” and is “looking forward” to his debut.
Gabriel Barbosa is “very happy” to be at Inter, calling the Nerazzurri “a special club”.