INTER NEWS

Exor President John Elkann declares “it’s amazing Inter’s ability to be sore losers, they should be used to it”.
Inter announce they have appealed against the two-match bans handed to captain Mauro Icardi and Ivan Perisic.
Trent Sainsbury is happy to have signed for Inter and admits playing for the club comes with big responsibilities.
Sections of Inter fans are planning a protest against refereeing decisions in last weekend's Derby D'Italia.
Alessandro Nesta believes Inter, Roma and Napoli are capable of closing the gap on Juventus in future.
It is reported that Manchester City have told Inter they will need to pay €93m to sign forward Sergio Aguero.
Frank de Boer’s representative claims Inter players “considered themselves superstars and didn’t have the right attitude.”
Leonardo Bonucci praised the Juventus “patience” to unlock both Inter and Crotone after a 2-0 victory at the Stadio Scida.
Inter-owned midfielder Assane Gnoukouri, on loan at Udinese, must rest for three months after he was diagnosed with cardiac problems.
Juventus director Beppe Marotta locked down Max Allegri and urged Inter to “accept defeat rather than the culture of alibis.”
The controversy from Juventus-Inter rumbles on, as the Lega Serie A defends its television director.
Former Inter Coach Luigi Simoni speaks of “a dark past” but now “Juventus are the best team”.
Ivan Perisic and Mauro Icardi will definitely miss Sunday’s Empoli game, as Inter didn’t submit an emergency appeal.
Inter have avoided a closure of the Curva Nord for discriminatory chanting, the Lega Serie A has announced.
Atalanta owner Antonio Percassi admits the deal that saw Mattia Caldara sign for Juventus was 'mutually beneficial'.
Inter sporting director Piero Ausilio was present at the Stadio Olimpico for Roma-Fiorentina last night, increasing talk of potential transfer targets.
Keita Balde Diao reportedly has no intention of renewing his Lazio contract, so will be sold over the summer.
Fiorentina “are not interested” in offering Gonzalo Rodriguez a new contract, confirmed his agent amid Inter and Roma reports.
Inter will be without Marcelo Brozovic for several weeks, as he sustained a broken toe against Juventus.
Former Inter general manager Ernesto Paolillo discusses the refereeing in Juventus-Inter - “if the roles were reversed…”