INTER NEWS

Hernanes said he feels “stronger” than ever, while Inter Coach Roberto Mancini “changed me” into a trequartista.
Fenerbahce technical director Giuliano Terraneo denied they are interested in Inter defender Juan Jesus.
Milan defender Luca Antonelli is confident for the upcoming season - ‘I’m sure we’ll do well’.
Giovanni Trapattoni believes Inter are ‘on the right path’, but Juventus are still Scudetto favourites.
Inter have reportedly agreed terms with Manchester City for Stevan Jovetic, a loan with mandatory option for €15m plus bonuses.
Geoffrey Kondogbia explains how Roberto Mancini convinced him to join Inter and “this team can get the Scudetto.”
Mohamed Salah’s lawyer said he “doesn’t want Napoli,” but they offer Chelsea €24m with Juan Camilo Zuniga to Fiorentina.
Mateo Kovacic’s agent assured “he is staying at Inter. Real Madrid, Barcelona and Liverpool interest was just rumours.”
West Bromwich Albion and Stoke City have asked Inter for Japan international Yuto Nagatomo.
Wolfsburg executive director Francisco Garcia Sanz warns Inter off Ivan Perisic - ‘we won’t sell anyone’.
Galatasaray midfielder Felipe Melo admits ‘if I could go to Inter it would be best for me’, as his family are unhappy in Turkey.
Inter sporting director Piero Ausilio insists Gary Medel is ‘not for sale’, despite reported interest from Liverpool.
Inter’s have reportedly agreed a deal with Wolfsburg to sign winger Ivan Perisic, after long negotiations.
Inter ‘hope the gap will be a bit smaller’ to Juventus this season, explains vice-President Javier Zanetti.
Fabio Cannavaro tips Juventus for a fifth straight Scudetto, but Inter and Roma can give them a tough time.
Xherdan Shaqiri likes Schalke 04 and returning to the Bundesliga “is an objective, but at the moment I’m still an Inter player.”
Luiz Adriano and Carlos Bacca will go on Milan’s tour of China, but not Hachim Mastour or Simone Verdi.
Walter Zenga warned Antonio Cassano and Mario Balotelli “won’t come to Sampdoria. We need different types of people here.”
The tennis-style table for the Coppa Italia has been drawn up and Milan will begin their campaign in August.
Roberto Mancini admits Inter are not on the level of Bayern Munich, but praises the Nerazzurri’s new signings.