INTER NEWS

Andrea Stramaccioni prepares Inter for their head-to-head with Catania and confirmed he has dropped Antonio Cassano after they had “a discussion.”
Antonio Cassano has been left out of Inter’s trip to Catania following a locker room brawl with Coach Andrea Stramaccioni.
Italian newspapers claim Antonio Cassano and Inter Coach Andrea Stramaccioni had to be physically separated after a blazing locker room row.
Sampdoria owner Edoardo Garrone has claimed that only he will decide when, or if, Mauro Icardi will leave the club.
Inter chief Massimo Moratti has underlined his faith in boss Andrea Stramaccioni. “I don’t want to throw him away.”
Antonio Cassano will put pen to paper on a new contract with Inter, but not until the season has come to an end.
Zenit St Petersburg boss Luciano Spalletti has praised compatriots Andrea Stramaccioni and Vincenzo Montella.
Inter will keep faith with Coach Andrea Stramaccioni, despite links of a managerial change at the end of the season.
Italian giants Juventus, Inter and Milan are reportedly interested in Athletic Bilbao stopper Fernando Amorebieta.
Yuto Nagatomo has his eye on being back in action for Inter’s home game against Juventus in Week 30.
Andrea Ranocchia insists that Inter have enough options in the squad to deal with the absence of Diego Milito.
Benoit Cauet has criticised former club Inter for the way they handled the John Carew affair.
Yuto Nagatomo’s season could be over after he was diagnosed with torn meniscus ligaments in his knee.
While John Carew explains why his move to Inter collapsed today, the Nerazzurri turn to Ruud Van Nistelrooy instead.
Inter have officially rejected John Carew’s transfer after he failed a medical, as his fitness levels are “not compatible with the needs of the club.”
There are reports Inter have already ended their 15-day trial with John Carew after he failed a medical, though his agent insists there are “no problems.”
The agent of Antonio Cassano has started discussions with Inter about a contract extension for his client.
Inter boss Andrea Stramaccioni isn’t surprised that the outfit have decided to hand John Carew a trial.
President Massimo Moratti reveals John Carew is joining Inter “for a 15-day trial period, then we’ll decide whether to keep him.”
John Carew will sign for Inter today on a short-term contract and confirmed “this is a great opportunity for me. I am ready to play.”