INTER NEWS

Inter and Torino could go to a blind auction over the future of Italy Under-21 international Marco Benassi.
Villarreal are said to be preparing a double swoop for Atalanta pair Daniele Baselli and Davide Zappacosta.
Milan consultant Victor Pablo Dana caused a Twitterstorm by calling Inter supporters “rats.”
Geoffrey Kondogbia is expected to undergo his Inter medical on Monday to complete a €40m transfer from Monaco.
Wolves are reportedly interested in Inter striker Samuele Longo, who spent this season on loan at Cagliari.
Inter may be forced to sacrifice Mateo Kovacic plus two from Fredy Guarin, Hernanes, Juan Jesus and Zdravko Kuzmanovic.
Milan CEO Adriano Galliani reveals “it was all done” for Geoffrey Kondogbia, but they “cannot accept” the sum Inter paid Monaco.
According to Sky Sport Italia, Inter will get Joao Miranda from Atletico Madrid on a two-year loan deal that spreads out costs.
Mo Salah is considering his options, as the Chelsea winger can veto a Fiorentina loan amid interest from Juventus, Roma, Milan, Inter and Atletico Madrid.
More details are emerging, as L’Equipe claim Inter paid over €40m for Monaco midfielder Geoffrey Kondogbia.
Geoffrey Kondogbia becomes Inter’s highest-paid player, receiving almost €5m per season on his arrival from Monaco.
Inter are investing heavily in midfielders, but this could mean sacrificing Mateo Kovacic to Liverpool for £20m.
There’s no stopping Inter, as after Geoffrey Kondogbia and Joao Miranda, they’re ready to buy Marseille’s Giannelli Imbula for €19m.
Geoffrey Kondogbia has already signed for Inter, as Monaco get €35m and his wages are worth almost €5m per season.
Milan’s strategy risks falling apart, as Inter have Geoffrey Kondogbia, are ahead for Giannelli Imbula and Atletico Madrid can get Jackson Martinez.
Multiple sources claim Inter have beaten Milan to Monaco midfielder Geoffrey Kondogbia with a medical on Monday.
Milan's joint-CEO Adriano Galliani laments having to 'bleed out' for Geoffrey Kondogbia.
Inter negotiated with Monaco through the night, but confessed to being “no closer” to Milan target Geoffrey Kondogbia.
Milan will reportedly meet with Dinamo Zagreb on Monday for Marko Pjaca, battling competition from Manchester City and Inter.
Inter director Piero Ausilio assured “there’s no problem with Milan” during a bidding war over Monaco’s Geoffrey Kondogbia.