INTER NEWS

Inter are reportedly planning an ambitious treble swoop for Marco Verratti, Federico Bernardeschi and Kostas Manolas this summer.
It is reported that Paris Saint-Germain have asked Fiorentina to name their price for Federico Bernardeschi.
Atletico Madrid director Miguel Angel Marin says Diego Simeone will ‘definitely remain’ at Vicente Calderon for this and next season at least.
Antonio Candreva says Inter cannot be happy with their season so far despite their recent upturn in form.
It is reported that Liverpool have agreed to loan Lucas Leiva to Inter until the end of the season.
Stefano Pioli says Inter’s call to him to take over as Coach came at just the right moment in his career.
Inter are waiting for the all-clear from Liverpool, as Lucas Leiva reportedly agrees to a January loan move.
Roberto Mancini denied having any contact with Paris Saint-Germain and is “in no rush to get back to work.”
Gabriel ‘Gabigol’ Barbosa insists he is “very happy at Inter and want to make my mark here,” despite rumours of a Liverpool bid.
Brazilian reports claim Inter midfielder Felipe Melo is in advanced talks for a transfer to Palmeiras.
Fabio Capello recalled his shock at Inter selling Roberto Carlos to Real Madrid and revealed his debt to Milan President Silvio Berlusconi.
Andrea Ranocchia has dismissed being stripped of Inter’s captaincy prior to last season. “It’s just a piece of cloth...”
Reports suggest that Rodrigo Palacio has turned down Boca Juniors, instead opting to see out the rest of his contract at Inter.
Inter are reportedly chasing Monaco midfielder Joao Moutinho.
Gabigol “won’t ever leave the pitch if Inter give him a chance,” said the Brazilian striker’s agent. “He certainly cannot return to Brazil.”
Villarreal reportedly offered to take Gabriel ‘Gabigol’ Barbosa on loan from Inter, but he asked to stay at San Siro.
Argentina Coach Edgardo Bauza explains “our starting striker is Gonzalo Higuain” with Mauro Icardi third-choice.
Sandro Mazzola believes Inter can still qualify for the Champions League, and sees Mauro Icardi as better than Gonzalo Higuain.
Marco Verratti assures “I see no reason to leave” Paris Saint-Germain, despite the comments from his agent.
Stefano Pioli was happier with Inter’s result than their performance by beating Lazio 3-0 and explained Gabriel Barbosa needs to “stop going for the spectacular.”