INTER NEWS

Winger Juan Cuadrado declares Juventus’ aim is to “always hold on to first place” in Serie A.
Juventus Coach Max Allegri says Serie A is still open, and discusses Bayern Munich and Paulo Dybala.
Serie A cannot cope with the increase in costs and reported a €365m loss, with most clubs indebted and Parma already bankrupt.
The environment around Inter appears to have found unity again as players and directors work together.
Inter defender Miranda believes they can finish third this season - “we have to go for it”.
Our Man in Milan Marco Messina interviewed Inter and Juventus fans after the epic Coppa Italia semi-final, with tears of joy and sadness.
Stephan Lichtsteiner warns “it won’t be easy” for Juventus against Atalanta - “they play good football”.
Juventus defender Leonardo Bonucci will miss the Coppa Italia final against Milan through suspension.
Palermo President Maurizio Zamparini won’t sack Beppe Iachini again “even if we lose on Sunday”.
Sampdoria’s Ricky Alvarez admits he still doesn’t know if Inter or Sunderland hold his registration rights.
Juventus full-back Alex Sandro and Inter’s Miranda have been called-up to the Brazil squad.
Domenico Berardi is “thinking about doing well with Sassuolo” rather than links with Juventus.
Inter defender Juan Jesus admits “it wasn’t easy to fall asleep” after the Coppa Italia exit to Juventus.
Former Inter and Juventus midfielder Marco Tardelli says ‘Inter deserved to go through’ in the Coppa Italia against a ‘careless’ Bianconeri.
Ivan Perisic reveals that Inter decided ‘we needed to fight’ before last night’s Juventus game and admits ‘regrets remain’.
Inter could bid €10m for Torino captain Kamil Glik at the end of the season, according to reports.
Andrea Barzagli says Juventus ‘have to re-evaluate everything’ after last night’s Inter clash, which ‘will serve as a lesson for us.’
Mauro Icardi praises an ‘unforgettable match’ against Juventus and hits back at critics: “To think there are people who say this team doesn’t have balls.”
President Erick Thohir declared “that’s the Inter I want” after a 3-0 win over Juventus, though they lost the Coppa Italia tie on penalties.
Inter defender Danilo D’Ambrosio admits he was even more motivated than usual after his error against Juventus on Sunday.