INTER NEWS

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Inter sent emissaries to meet with Marco Verratti’s agent amid Paris Saint-Germain tension, claims Le Parisien newspaper.
Joe Hart took responsibility for his error against Inter, but refused to discuss his future. “I am focused only on Torino.”
Inter are without Gabriel Barbosa, Geoffrey Kondogbia, Gary Medel and Stevan Jovetic for their trip to Sampdoria.
Inter could offer Geoffrey Kondogbia plus cash to tempt Paris Saint-Germain into selling Marco Verratti.
After the club backed Frank de Boer, Laurent Blanc’s agent “categorically denies any negotiations with Inter.”
Sampdoria Coach Marco Giampaolo doesn’t know what to expect from Inter tomorrow night. “It is a crazy team, as the fans say.”
Inter boss Frank de Boer gives himself “6.5 out of 10, with the possibility to go up to 7” for the season so far.
Frank de Boer “got angry” with his Inter players after recent defeats, but feels they’re starting to believe in his philosophy ahead of the Sampdoria trip.
After Marco Verratti’s agent said he could leave Paris Saint-Germain, Milan Coach Vincenzo Montella reveals he nearly signed him at Fiorentina.
Inter released their financial documents yesterday, showing Geoffrey Kondogbia cost €40.5m and Ever Banega €4.5m.
Inter President Erick Thohir seems to have pocketed €131.6m interest for the money he put into the club coffers.
Roma rejected offers from Inter, England and China for Edin Dzeko and now he’s finally delivering, said the Bosnian’s agent.
Frank de Boer’s agent confirms his client will “definitely stay at Inter”, despite a poor start to the season.
Inter will reportedly try to sign Sassuolo’s Francesco Acerbi in January, as they want an all-Italian defence.
Roberto Mancini has expressed his regret at coaching Inter a second time. “Never go back to where you did well because you can only do worse...”
Suning Group has vowed that it “wants to strengthen” Inter after confirmation of FFP compliance – and hinted players from China could head to the club.
Piero Ausilio has made it clear that Inter did not speak to any Coaches other than Frank de Boer. “I challenge anyone to say otherwise...”
Inter CEO Michael Bolingbroke has insisted that the club “absolutely haven’t given up on the Scudetto” this season.
Inter have held a shareholders meeting, in which CEO Michael Bolingbroke has indicated that the club are '100% behind' Coach Frank de Boer.