INTER NEWS

Boca Juniors' Jonathan Calleri bids Inter for time: 'I have no deals with any clubs, let's see what happens next week'.
Inter could be planning to sell Mauro Icardi to Atletico Madrid for €40m, taking Boca Juniors' Jonathan Calleri as a replacement.
Zdenek Zeman tips Inter and Napoli for the Scudetto, looks back on Calciopoli and claims “doping still exists in football.”
The Corriere dello Sport claims Sofiane Feghouli rejected a Valencia contract renewal for a free transfer to Inter.
Alexandre Pato is in Milan, fuelling reports he is seeking a return to Serie A. “We are evaluating different options.”
Inter have reportedly asked Tigres for France international Andre-Pierre Gignac.
Although PSG President Nasser Al-Khelaifi was “very disappointed” by Adrien Rabiot, “he will certainly stay in January.”
Lazio will be without Miroslav Klose against Inter, while Ricardo Kishna is out for several weeks following surgery.
Spanish sources claim Juventus and Inter are targeting Real Madrid midfielder Toni Kroos.
Lazio’s team doctor confirms Miroslav Klose is a doubt for the trip to Inter with a hip injury.
Juventus full-back Stephan Lichtsteiner believes Roma and Inter “will play to the end for the Scudetto”.
Lazio President Claudio Lotito calls for “unity” but “if we need to make adjustments we’re ready to act…”
Milan striker Mario Balotelli has released a message of support for sacked Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho.
Dusan Basta and Keita Balde Diao trained with Lazio today, so should be available to face Inter on Sunday.
Paolo Mazzoleni will be the referee for the Sunday night clash between Inter and Lazio.
Lazio captain Lucas Biglia hopes to beat Inter and expresses solidarity with the angry fans.
Lazio's Danilo Cataldi believes facing their next Serie A rivals Inter is 'not a mission impossible'.
Boca Juniors' Jonathan Calleri says the opportunity to move to Inter is there, but he'd rather stay where he is.
Reports suggest Bologna and Inter have agreed on a loan deal for defender Andrea Ranocchia.
Former Inter President Massimo Moratti feels “very sorry” for Jose Mourinho, after his sacking from Chelsea.