INTER NEWS

Sporting director Cristiano Giaretta warns Udinese have “no intention” of selling Silvan Widmer in January.
Felipe Melo’s agent rubbishes rumours of a January transfer - “he wants to win the Scudetto with Inter”.
Davide Santon’s agent says “I think he’ll stay at Inter” and denies he’s been put up for sale.
There’s confusion surrounding Jonathan Calleri, as Bologna deny the striker is set to join them.
Inter vice-President Javier Zanetti discusses Rodrigo Palacio’s contract renewal - “he’s very valuable”.
Boca Juniors President Daniel Angelici insists “we have no need to sell” Jonathan Calleri, who has a deal with Inter.
Roberto Soriano says it’s “nice to be appreciated” but “there’s only Sampdoria in my thoughts”.
Inter have officially renewed striker Rodrigo Palacio's contract for another season until June 2017.
Lazio are counting on their good terms with Udinese to secure Silvan Widmer, targeted also by Juventus, Inter, Fiorentina and Napoli.
Inter are evaluating Marseille defender Nicolas Nkoulou as a potential replacement for Andrea Ranocchia.
Fiorentina's market strategy aims to secure Sassuolo's Simone Missiroli and Inter's Andrea Ranocchia among others.
Jonathan Calleri “will be in Italy within hours to play for Bologna and in June he could go to Inter,” said his father.
Sampdoria are the latest club to be linked with Inter defender Andrea Ranocchia.
Empoli accused Inter of “playing like provincial minnows” in their 1-0 win at the Castellani.
Jonathan Calleri’s father warned the move to Inter “will be decided by Sunday or he’s staying at Boca Juniors.”
Juventus and Napoli placed second and third on the International Federation of Football History & Statistics’ club rankings.
PSG winger Ezequiel Lavezzi’s agent will reportedly meet Chelsea next week, providing competition for Inter and Juventus.
Inter could offer Assane Gnoukouri on loan as part of their bid for Udinese full-back Silvan Widmer, say reports.
Liverpool have reportedly offered Inter €9m for Andrea Ranocchia, but Torino are also in the reckoning.
Marco Giampaolo believes Inter “did not deserve” to defeat Empoli and his men were denied a penalty.