INTER NEWS

Atletico Madrid are said to be joining Inter in the fight for Lazio star Antonio Candreva.
The changes to the final round of the Serie A season have been announced, as Juventus, Milan, Roma and Napoli play on Saturday.
Antonio Conte wants Inter goalkeeper Samir Handanovic at Chelsea, according to Italian reports.
Alex Telles’ agent confirms the Inter defender “would be happy to return to Galatasaray”.
Reports in Turkey suggest Inter are almost certain to sign Caner Erkin, so Alex Telles will be sacrificed.
Walter Gargano criticises former Napoli Coach Walter Mazzarri and says ‘I had to stop Ezequiel Lavezzi punching him!’
Inter President Erick Thohir will meet Roberto Mancini to consider four options to sign as playmaker for next season, say reports.
Fiorentina are reportedly interested in Atalanta’s Marco Sportiello, Sassuolo’s Luca Antei and Bologna’s Alex Ferrari.
Inter director Piero Ausilio will reportedly travel to Madrid tonight to make contact for Manchester City’s Yaya Toure and Pablo Zabaleta.
Barcelona defender Gerard Piqué hopes Inter and Milan return to the Champions League soon.
Inter are reportedly vying with West Ham United for Bournemouth winger Max Gradel.
Juventus will be without four players for the trip to Verona, as the Serie A suspensions are confirmed.
Geoffrey Kondogbia’s agent assures his client won’t leave Inter - “we want to move forward together.”
Inter Vice-President Javier Zanetti says the Suning Group’s interest is ‘an honour for us’ and promises: “We won’t do anything that could be damaging.”
Alex Telles, Felipe Melo, Adem Ljajic and Stevan Jovetic are all set to leave Inter this summer, say reports.
Congratulations are pouring in from Italy after Claudio Ranieri won the Premier League title with Leicester City.
Pablo Zabaleta’s agent said “we could see him in Italy shortly” amid Inter interest for the Manchester City full-back.
Samir Handanovic scared Inter fans by hinting he could walk away. “I have a contract, but you can never tell.”
Sassuolo patron Giorgio Squinzi insists Domenico Berardi will go to “whoever pays more,” as there is no Juventus deal.
Former Inter striker Ronaldo predicts “it’s just a matter of time” before Diego Simeone arrives as Coach.