INTER NEWS

Inter are tracking the progress of Eintracht Frankfurt defender Sebastian Jung, according to reports in the Italian Press.
Zenit St Petersburg striker Hulk as admitted that he would be open to the idea of playing in Italy next season.
Inter’s Antonio Cassano has named his newborn son Lionel in honour of Barcelona and Argentina ace Lionel Messi.
Juventus defender Martin Caceres will be out action for just 15 days after being involved in a car accident at the weekend, according to reports.
This evening’s Serie A match between Sampdoria and Inter has been called off due to flood warnings in Genoa.
There are weather warnings in place in Genoa for Sunday evening, so Sampdoria-Inter could be at risk.
Amid reports of talks with Inter and Juventus, the agent of Barcelona talent Alexis Sanchez insists “we haven’t spoken to anyone.”
Andrea Stramaccioni admits he is “worried” about how Inter will perform against Sampdoria just days after their extra time efforts with Tottenham.
Walter Samuel and Samir Handanovic return for Inter in tomorrow night’s difficult trip to Sampdoria.
La Gazzetta dello Sport claims Inter are in advanced talks with Barcelona for Alexis Sanchez and have a deal for Sampdoria’s Mauro Icardi.
Delio Rossi does not expect Inter to be tired or downhearted after their Europa League elimination to Tottenham and admits he’d “love” to have Antonio Cassano at Sampdoria.
Andrea Ranocchia believes Inter’s 4-1 victory over Tottenham can “give us an important psychological push” to face Sampdoria.
The changes to the Serie A fixture list from Week 30 to 32 have been announced, including Inter-Lazio on Saturday afternoon and Roma-Lazio on a Monday.
Inter and Monaco will fight it out for the signature of Olympique Lyonnais forward Lisandro Lopez, according to reports in France.
Tottenham goalkeeper Brad Friedel has insisted that an educational change needs to take place in Italy, or problems with racism will persist.
Antonio Cassano is €200,000 richer after the Inter man activated a bonus clause in his contract last night.
Inter President Massimo Moratti hailed his team after going out on away goals to Tottenham, 4-4 on aggregate. “We’re all very proud of this team.”
Javier Zanetti felt it was “a great Inter performance and proves we must always believe” despite the exit on away goals to Tottenham.
Andre Villas-Boas admits the 4-1 defeat to Inter was “a real lesson” for Tottenham. “We suffered what Inter did in London.”
Andrea Stramaccioni saw the 4-1 victory over Tottenham as “a fundamental sign” for the rest of Inter’s season and even joked about his job prospects.