INTER NEWS

Inter’s Eder ‘preferred Serie A’ says Leicester manager Claudio Ranieri, who believes there’s ‘no favourite’ between Juventus and Napoli on Saturday.
Roma director Mauro Baldissoni joked about Luciano Spalletti’s “little mouse” and wants victory against Sampdoria.
Gigi Del Neri noted Verona’s 3-3 draw with Inter “proves we believe in safety,” although they remain rock bottom.
Roberto Mancini was “let down” by his Inter side after a 3-3 draw with Verona. “We threw two points away and it could’ve been worse.”
Mauro Icardi feels Inter “caused our own problems” after a 3-3 draw with bottom of the table Verona.
Rock bottom Verona held Inter to a shock 3-3 draw, having been 3-1 up until a chaotic finale.
Inter Vice-President Javier Zanetti countered Roberto Mancini’s claims. “Napoli, Empoli and Fiorentina play great football.”
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Inter look to Mauro Icardi, Eder and Rodrigo Palacio for the trip to Hellas Verona, who want to keep their positive streak going.
Gigi Del Neri warns Inter “have to respect us now” as bottom club Verona host the Nerazzurri on improving form.
According to Sky Sport Italia, Ezequiel Lavezzi hasn’t made a definitive decision on Shanghai Shenhua yet.
Paris Saint-Germain's Ezequiel Lavezzi reportedly chose to move to Chinese club Shanghai Shenua, waving goodbye to Inter.
Inter are without Stevan Jovetic as they visit Verona, but their attack provides ample alternatives.
Liverpool are reportedly ready to offer €32m for Lazio and Italy attacking midfielder Antonio Candreva.
Sinisa Mihajlovic has injury problems against Udinese and warned Milan “mustn’t lose our determination amid enthusiasm.”
Stevan Jovetic is out of Inter’s trip to Verona after he was diagnosed with a right thigh strain.
Milan, Inter and Fiorentina are reportedly in a €15m bidding war for Genoa striker Leonardo Pavoletti.
Inter boss Roberto Mancini hit back at criticism by claiming Napoli and Juventus don’t play “really good football” either.
Roberto Mancini insists Inter have been playing well recently and dropped points only through bad luck and poor finishing.
Juventus have had more injuries than any other club this season, but Napoli had the least with only four, calculated La Gazzetta dello Sport.