INTER NEWS

The mayor of Milan confirms Inter want to restructure San Siro but “they’re waiting for Milan’s ownership situation to be resolved”.
Torino playmaker Adem Ljajic “never liked to talk about European qualification”.
Inter Coach Stefano Pioli calls Ever Banega “a quality player” and backs Mauro Icardi for Capocannoniere.
Inter Coach Stefano Pioli won’t discuss the Champions League - “we’ll take it one game at a time”.
Marco Di Bello will take charge of Roma-Sassuolo, as the referees for Week 29 are announced.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic reveals Adriano Galliani physically ripped the Scudetto badge from an Inter shirt while he was at Milan.
Francesco Toldo believes Inter “will soon return to the Champions League” and discusses the International Champions Cup.
Sampdoria striker Luis Muriel clarifies there was “nothing concrete” with Juventus, Inter, Milan or Roma.
Reports suggest Inter will pay Patrik Schick’s release clause, but leave him at Sampdoria for another season.
Milan and Inter will face off in the International Champions Cup in China, with games against Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund too.
Danilo D’Ambrosio credits Stefano Pioli with turning Inter’s season around. “He says it all depends on us and nothing is impossible.”
Mario Balotelli told French radio about Nice, an Italy recall, racism, Liverpool and why Manchester City “had an Italian atmosphere.”
Udinese sporting director Nereo Bonato confirms Inter interest in Samir - “all the big clubs are following him”.
Reports suggest Inter could turn to Udinese’s Samir if they can’t get Ricardo Rodriguez.
Inter and Milan are set to play each other in the International Champions Cup this summer, according to reports.
Reports suggest that Inter are keeping a close eye on contract negotiations between Federico Bernardeschi and Fiorentina.
Dries Mertens could be heading for the exit at Napoli, reports suggest, after contract talks stall.
Vincenzo Montella insists Milan “are fully in the race for a European spot, although the level of the top seven or eight teams has grown.”
Juventus, Inter and Milan are on alert after Romelu Lukaku confirmed he won’t sign a new contract with Everton.
With the top four all winning, it’s all the same at the summit as Dave Taylor selects his best XI from Week 28 of Serie A.