INTER NEWS

Coach Roberto Mancini admits Roma are one of 'three-four teams better than Inter', but still wants to win.
Eder says he must earn the Azzurri shirt and has no regrets about choosing Inter over Leicester: 'With all due respect, they're not the same'.
Striker Eder says Inter are aiming to overtake Roma, but a draw on Sunday wouldn't 'mean game over'.
Inter will reportedly meet Fenerbahce left-back Caner Erkin tomorrow to work out the details of a free transfer.
Inter director Piero Ausilio confirms Ezequiel Lavezzi almost joined them, but Domenico Berardi “is almost impossible.”
Massimo Moratti won’t rule out a return to leading Inter and reveals he “loved Alvaro Recoba more than Ronaldo.”
Inter director Piero Ausilio said the club has “some ideas” on future transfer targets and believes in third place.
Ervin Zukanovic targets a return to the Champions League with Roma next season.
Roma winger Diego Perotti knows “third place would be a lot closer” if they can beat Inter on Saturday.
Alessandro Florenzi insists Roma-Inter “will not be decisive for the Champions League”.
Adem Ljajic will face parent club Roma on Saturday, but assures “in my head there’s only Inter”.
Nicola Rizzoli has been named as referee for the Turin Derby, while Daniele Orsato is handed Roma-Inter.
Milan goalkeeper Christian Abbiati reflects on his best save: “Against Inter in the Champions League, I remember it fondly.”
Former Inter defender Nemanja Vidic explains he retired as ‘I didn’t think I could give 100 per cent’.
Inter could reportedly use Andrea Ranocchia as part of an offer for Lazio’s Antonio Candreva, Sampdoria’s Eder or Roberto Soriano this summer.
Inter captain Mauro Icardi could recover from injury in time to make the squad for Saturday’s Roma clash, say reports.
It’s reported Wanda Nara – wife of Mauro Icardi – had Torino striker Maxi Lopez’s passport confiscated for failing to pay alimony.
Sassuolo President Giorgio Squinzi insists “there haven’t been any calls” from Inter for Domenico Berardi.
Juan Jesus admits it will be “tough” for Inter to finish third, but “we’ll do everything”.
Milan and Inter directors reportedly held a three-hour meeting last night to begin discussing ways of modernising San Siro.