INTER NEWS

Ivan Cordoba believes “Juventus, Napoli and Inter have something more than the others", but feels the Nerazzurri squad could improve.
Crotone have been fined €5,000 after fans threw bottles at Inter Coach Luciano Spalletti and goalkeeper Samir Handanovic.
Inter full-backs Danilo D’Ambrosio and Dalbert have been passed fit to face Bologna on Tuesday.
Inter boss Luciano Spalletti claims Samir Handanovic is worth as much as Gianluigi Buffon, while Joao Cancelo should be back before mid-October.
Samuel Eto’o “would like to coach Inter” after he retires, according to Antalyaspor advisor George Gardi.
Roberto Donadoni claims Rodrigo Palacio “would’ve been great in my Milan team” but admits Mattia Destro could miss Bologna’s clash with Inter.
Inter Primavera hero Jens Odgaard reportedly did not know he was playing against Gabriel Paletta in their 3-0 win against Milan on Saturday.
Former Inter goalkeeper Walter Zenga believes the club and Luciano Spalletti are proving to be the perfect fit.
Alessandro Del Piero claims Inter will “definitely” finish in Serie A’s top three and that Juventus’ Paulo Dybala is striking fear into his opponents.
Pietro Pellegri is only 16 years old, so scoring a Serie A brace with his father on the Genoa bench is “a dream come true.”
Former Inter Coach Eugenio Bersellini has died at the age of 81, it has been announced.
Emre Mor’s agent sent a message to Inter directors. “Soon the Italian media will know the truth and let this” be a lesson.
Tarcisio Burgnich maintains Luciano Spalletti’s Inter side “is perhaps even stronger than Juventus and can challenge for the Scudetto.”
Join us for all the build-up and action from today’s three Serie A games, Crotone-Inter, Fiorentina-Bologna and Roma-Hellas Verona.
Davide Nicola feels Crotone “deserved to win” in their 2-0 defeat to Inter, “but in football scoring goals is a necessary quality.”
Luciano Spalletti praised Inter’s character after a 2-0 win at Crotone. “Winning in these circumstances shows we can adapt.”
Milan Skriniar was “very happy with my first goal in Italian football, even if the most important thing is” that Inter beat Crotone.
Inter struggled to threaten Crotone and relied on Samir Handanovic, but won 2-0 with scrappy late goals from Milan Skriniar and Ivan Perisic.
Inter director Piero Ausilio assures Mauro Icardi “will stay for many years, even without a release clause” in his contract.
Inter aim for a fourth consecutive victory and revenge on Crotone in the early Saturday kick-off, as Mauro Icardi and Ivan Perisic lead the way.