INTER NEWS

Nigel De Jong, Rolando and Walter Samuel are among the players suspended for Serie A Week 35.
Inter striker Mauro Icardi says he wants to remain at the club amid speculation he could be set to leave in the summer.
Napoli’s Jose Callejon has sustained a foot injury while training and is now a doubt for his side’s match against Inter.
Inter President Erick Thohir insists Nerazzurri Coach Walter Mazzarri will be given next season to continue building the team.
Gianluca Pagliuca has cast an eye on Samir Handanovic’s recent form and assesses that Inter must not ‘sacrifice’ him this summer.
Marko Livaja looks likely to have played his last game for Atalanta, with the club reportedly unwilling to sign him in the summer.
Former Inter Coach Jose Mourinho says it is difficult to draw comparisons between himself and Atletico Madrid counterpart Diego Simeone.
Former Inter and Italy player Beppe Bergomi has given his opinion on Fiorentina’s season to date.
Former Inter defender Marco Materazzi has reflected on being part of the Nerazzurri’s treble winning side in 2010.
Inter defender Juan Jesus is unhappy he has not received an apology after sustaining knee ligament damage during his side’s match with Bologna.
Fabio Cannavaro says he wants to one day return to his homeland in order to coach a Serie A team.
Napoli’s Marek Hamsik regrets the fact that his side failed to score a second goal while on top against Udinese.
Ex-Inter Coach Mircea Lucescu believes both Milan clubs need time in order to turn their fortunes around.
Rumours continue to abound that Alvaro Morata will move to Inter, but new stories claim that Mauro Icardi could go the other way.
Reports in the British Press this afternoon claim that Tottenham playmaker Christian Eriksen could be set for a switch to Serie A.
Stephan El Shaarawy has returned to training with the Milan first team after several months out with a foot injury.
Inter target Fernando Torres says he is looking only game by game into his future at Chelsea, but also acknowledges he still has a two-year contract.
Sepp Blatter has made clear his position on the continued debate of further help for referees with television replays.
CONI President Giovanni Malago has labelled this Serie A season as ‘below par’ beyond Juventus and Roma, saying that something must be changed.
Cristian Tello is seen in Spain as still open to an exit from Barcelona this summer, with a move to Italy not ruled out.