INTER NEWS

La Gazzetta dello Sport claims Inter want Fabio Capello as a team manager and potential Coach to replace Roberto Mancini.
Barcelona flew out to view Juventus transfer target Gabriel Barbosa, more commonly known as Gabigol.
Mauro Icardi was reportedly contacted by Napoli and said he was open to a transfer as Gonzalo Higuain’s replacement.
Napoli have a list of potential replacements for Gonzalo Higuain, including Islam Slimani, Carlos Bacca, Mauro Icardi, Simone Zaza and Alvaro Morata.
Inter President Erick Thohir backed “star player” Roberto Mancini and assured Mauro Icardi “is not for sale.”
Inter boss Roberto Mancini is not only being linked with the England job, but the bench in Russia as well.
Davide Santon should complete his transfer from Inter to Napoli for approximately €6m next week.
Roberto Mancini named a 23-man squad for Inter’s US tour, facing Real Salt Lake, PSG, Estudiantes and Bayern Munich.
Lazio “read reports of Inter interest in Marcelo Bielsa as well as the Argentina job. Meanwhile, we are taking legal action.”
Inter have officially loaned striker Samuele Longo to Spanish side Girona FC.
Inter are reportedly closing in on Zenit midfielder Axel Witsel for €22m plus bonuses after Napoli abandoned the move.
There are conflicting reports on Gabriel Jesus, as Italian sources see him close to Inter for €30m, while As has Real Madrid in the lead.
Inter are closer than ever to Palmeiras striker Gabriel Jesus for €30m, claim Sky Sport Italia.
Inter target Joao Mario is the subject of an offer from Chelsea, according to Portugese reports, as Sporting CP want €60m.
According to the latest reports, Inter and Davide Santon have accepted a €5m offer from Napoli.
Sporting CP have rejected another Inter bid for Joao Mario and the player is reportedly furious.
It’s claimed Inter have contacted Marcelo Bielsa in case Roberto Mancini leaves the club.
Lazio President Claudio Lotito reportedly met Keita Balde Diao and his agent this morning.
Napoli have made an offer of €5.5m for Inter's Davide Santon, who is enthusiastic about the move.
Roberto Mancini encourages working together with Inter's new owners: 'But if someone doesn't want me, I'll move aside'.