INTER NEWS

Marek Hamsik believes now Napoli have Michu and “wardrobe” Kalidou Koulibaly, they “can achieve it all.”
Inter are going all-in on Manchester City striker Stevan Jovetic and Cardiff City defender Gary Medel.
Udinese director Cristiano Giaretta insists “Juventus and Inter are challenging for Roberto Pereyra, but no deal yet.”
Walter Mazzarri hailed Mauro Icardi and Mateo Kovacic, but insisted he wouldn’t like to be a national team Coach.
Rolando’s agent said he is “waiting, as there are several clubs interested” in the Porto defender, including Inter and Roma.
Torino forward Alessio Cerci is considering his future, but reportedly favours Inter more than Milan.
Inter transfer target Daniel Pablo Osvaldo has gone AWOL from Southampton’s pre-season training.
Milan are in the race for Nani with Inter and Juventus, but might wait for Manchester United to lower the €14m tag.
Inter legend Javier Zanetti was reportedly carjacked in Argentina at gunpoint last night.
QPR chairman Tony Fernandes “would like Adel Taarabt to stay,” but there is interest from Milan, Inter and Napoli.
Yann M’Vila explains why he turned down more lucrative offers to join Inter. “I above all considered the project.”
Sampdoria have officially signed midfielder Joseph Alfred Duncan on a two-year loan from Inter.
Inter’s decisive meeting with Cardiff City for Gary Medel has reportedly been postponed until Monday.
Andrea Ranocchia explained how his ex-teammates prepared him to be Inter captain and targets for this season.
Milan and Inter are said to be targeting Ezequiel Lavezzi, who wants to end his experience at PSG.
With Alvaro Morata expected tonight, it’s reported Juventus have agreed terms with Udinese for Roberto Pereyra too.
Inter have officially appointed former Manchester United CEO Michael Bolingbroke. “Inter is one of the strongest brands in football.”
Cardiff City will today meet with Gary Medel’s agent to understand their position on Inter’s latest round of negotiations for the player.
Erick Thohir has reiterated faith in Financial Fair Play and explained that Inter need time in order to catch Europe’s elite.
It has been confirmed that Palermo and Milan will host Italy’s opening two home Euro 2016 qualifying matches.