INTER NEWS

Inter outcast Wesley Sneijder has told Dutch media that “clearly it’s better for everyone if I leave in January.”
Lazio striker Tommaso Rocchi’s agent has confirmed “we are in negotiations” with Inter over a January transfer.
Inter defender Andrea Ranocchia has been given a two-game ban after aiming a 'provocative phrase' at a fourth official.
Inter defender Alvaro Pereira has claimed that he has enjoyed his first few months in Italy following his summer move from Porto.
Inter boss Andrea Stramaccioni has opened the door for Wesley Sneijder's return, claiming that 'the shirt is ready'.
Inter captain Javier Zanetti has claimed that teammate Ricky Alvarez is keen to stay at the club despite rumours he is to be sold in January.
Inter attacker Ricky Alvarez could be sold off in January to make way for either Tommaso Rocchi or Paulinho.
Tommaso Rocchi could make a January move from Lazio to Inter, according to reports in the Italian media this morning.
Inter teenager Marko Livaja has admitted that he wouldn’t turn down a loan move away from the Italian giants.
Turkish giants Galatasaray have joined the queue of clubs keen on Inter midfielder Ricky Alvarez.
Inter youngster Philippe Coutinho – who will get married today – still has dreams of winning the Scudetto.
Yuto Nagatomo admits that Inter do have things to improve on, but they are heading in the right direction.
Chievo Verona have dismissed speculation that Marco Andreolli is set for a January return to Inter.
Catania have insisted that playmaker Francesco Lodi will not be leaving the club when the transfer window opens.
Former Brazil boss Carlos Dunga has revealed that he was close to getting the Inter job in the summer of 2011.
Ricky Alvarez looks to be heading out in January after he was jeered by fans and his agent said “Inter do not have faith in him.”
Marco Borriello was sensationally dropped by Genoa due to “disciplinary reasons,” opening the door for a January move to Inter.
Inter President Massimo Moratti admits their Scudetto hopes have been hit hard by recent results. “Nine points might be too many.”
Andrea Stramaccioni couldn't believe Marko Livaja's miss, while Gigi Del Neri treasured Genoa's point.
Andrea Stramaccioni feels Inter did what they could to earn a point against Genoa, but “the foundations are in place for a great 2013.”