INTER NEWS

Reports in the Italian Press this afternoon claim that Nemanja Vidic’s transfer from Manchester United to Inter is set for completion.
Former Inter President Massimo Moratti has admitted that Marco Branca’s dismissal was ‘unexpected’.
Inter’s veteran Argentine contingent could all be leaving the club at the end of the season, it has been claimed.
Mimmo Di Carlo says he cannot understand Inter’s treatment of Ishak Belfodil, which has left the player out of shape at Livorno.
Speculation in Italy is that Manchester United captain Nemanja Vidic has already put pen to paper on a two-year contract with Inter.
Inter and Milan have reportedly already decided that they will end cohabitation at San Siro, with the Rossoneri to move out by 2017.
Inter President Erick Thohir reportedly has a list of candidates in mind to replace departed technical director Marco Branca.
Walter Samuel has reportedly informed Inter of his intention to leave the club at the end of the current season.
Daniele Prade has played down links with replacing Marco Branca at Inter: “There is a harmony at Fiorentina that is hard to find elsewhere.”
President of the Italian Football Referees’ Association Marcello Nicchi is very much against introducing television replays into Italian football.
Alberto Zaccheroni has enthused at Yuto Nagatomo and Keisuke Honda’s work in Serie A, and offered his view on the latter’s best position at Milan.
Walter Mazzarri said Inter’s players should “watch and learn” from Walter Samuel after he secured victory over Sassuolo.
Alberto Malesani felt Sassuolo played “overall a pretty even game” in their slender 1-0 defeat to Inter.
Hernanes made his debut, but it was Walter Samuel who gave Inter their first victory of 2014, squeezing past Sassuolo.
Hernanes gets his debut and Fredy Guarin returns as Inter host Sassuolo hoping for their first win of 2014.
Alberto Malesani insists Sassuolo “are ready” to take advantage of Inter’s crisis tonight at San Siro.
Walter Mazzarri hopes Hernanes can revive Inter with his “quality and experience” against Sassuolo.
Fans have started a campaign to help Inter improve their status via crowdfunding. “It is a poetic idea.”
Inter have officially parted company with technical director Marco Branca after weeks of controversy.
Inter director Piero Ausilio confirms Manchester United defender Nemanja Vidic “is a great opportunity.”