INTER NEWS

Whilst the fixtures turn themselves around next week, Dave Taylor selects his best XI from Week 19.
Inter target Lucas Leiva is reportedly unhappy at Liverpool, and is seeking an Anfield exit.
Jose Mourinho has revealed that he tried to sign Frank Lampard during his time on the Inter bench.
Good news for Inter, as Andrea Ranocchia has avoided knee ligament damage.
Mattia Destro refused to confirm or deny his imminent future after scoring at Palermo. “I am a Roma player right now.”
Empoli Coach Maurizio Sarri has had enough of compliments rather than victories after dominating Inter.
Roma director Walter Sabatini confirmed interest in Chelsea’s Mohamed Salah and “a good chance” Mattia Destro will stay.
Roberto Mancini concedes Inter “didn’t do enough to win” in their goalless draw with Empoli.
Samir Handanovic said Inter “must admit we played pretty badly” and were fortunate to draw with Empoli.
Empoli forced several tough saves out of Samir Handanovic, but Inter held on for a 0-0 draw on Xherdan Shaqiri’s debut.
Xherdan Shaqiri is on the bench and could well make his debut, but Lukas Podolski starts as Inter visit Empoli.
Max Allegri warned Juventus must forget the Coppa Italia drubbing of Verona, reassured Arturo Vidal, but blasted Juan Jesus.
Atletico Madrid have reportedly asked Inter for an option on Mauro Icardi as part of the deal for Mario Suarez.
Inter could bring Mattia Destro back over the summer by selling goalkeeper Samir Handanovic to Roma.
Sampdoria President Massimo Ferrero's three-month ban for racist comments against Erick Thohir has been removed, while his €10,000 fine remains.
Andre-Pierre Gignac's agent was spotted in Milan today and is rumoured to be discussing a transfer from Marseille to Inter or Napoli.
Hajduk Split director Goran Vucevic confirms that Tino-Sven Susic will join Inter by the end of this month.
Genoa have apparently scheduled a meeting on Monday with Roma for striker Marco Borriello, while remaining hopeful for Inter's George Puscas.
Empoli Coach Maurizio Sarri admits that this is ‘the worst time’ to face Inter, who he sees as at their ‘maximum level’.
Inter defender Juan Jesus laments his three-game ban for elbowing Juventus’ Giorgio Chiellini and says the latter’s comments ‘sadden’ him.