INTER NEWS

Luiz Gustavo confirms Wolfsburg rejected offers from Juventus and Inter for his services over the summer but admits “I wanted a new challenge”.
Juventus and Inter are reportedly keeping tabs on Moussa Sissoko, who is currently out of the first-team picture at Tottenham Hotspur.
Maurizio Sarri reportedly warned his Napoli players they must be “more ruthless” in a 45-minute meeting at Castel Volturno yesterday.
Inter Coach Stefano Pioli is interested in Tomas Rincon of Genoa and Fiorentina’s Milan Badelj in a bid to reinforce his side's midfield.
Former Italy and Milan Coach Arrigo Sacchi has stated that Inter 'are a difficult team' and Milan 'have no identity'.
Former Milan Coach Arrigo Sacchi believes that the current Juventus 'don't have historical rivals' and are on course to win a sixth consecutive Scudetto.
Gianfranco Zola felt “close” to the Inter job and laughed off the Chelsea steward who wouldn’t let him into Stamford Bridge.
Stevan Jovetic’s agent reportedly met with Inter directors today to push for a January transfer to Fiorentina.
Silvan Widmer assures “I’m fine at Udinese”, despite links with Juventus, Inter and Roma.
Inter legend Beppe Bergomi claims Frank de Boer “didn’t have the team in hand” when he visited training sessions.
Danilo D’Ambrosio acknowledges “Inter have always made the squad and the fans suffer…”
The agent of Juventus target Victor Lindelof confirms “many clubs are interested” in the Benfica defender.
After Juventus surprisingly went down in Genoa and Atalanta stay in the top four, Dave Taylor selects his best XI from Week 14.
Felipe Melo insists “I haven’t had any contact” with Flamengo or Sao Paulo, and assures “I’m happy at Inter”.
Fiorentina director Pantaleo Corvino blamed referee Antonio Damato for their 4-2 defeat to Inter. “He had an off night.”
Stefano Pioli explained the tactical reasons behind Inter’s second half setbacks after beating Fiorentina 4-2. “You couldn’t tell we had an extra man.”
Paulo Sousa was “very proud of my Fiorentina team, because against all odds and obstacles we are able to play football” after a 4-2 defeat to Inter.
Mauro Icardi felt Inter “needed to perform and we did, but we dropped off again in the second half” of a 4-2 victory over Fiorentina.
Inter were 3-0 up within 19 minutes, risked throwing it away against 10-man Fiorentina until Mauro Icardi completed his brace in stoppages for 4-2.
Luis Figo visited Inter for the Fiorentina game and said “we fans hope for a climb back up the table, just as the players do.”