INTER NEWS

Martin Montoya’s agent insists the full-back “will stay at Inter for many years” despite a lack of playing time.
Walter Mazzarri’s agent confirms he “is learning English” amid links to Liverpool, Sunderland and Stoke.
Former Inter President Massimo Moratti believes his old club and Milan will continue to share San Siro.
Milan are said to be considering bringing in Andrea Ranocchia as a replacement for Philippe Mexes.
Former Juventus and Inter midfielder Cristiano Zanetti believes the Bianconeri are still Scudetto favourites.
Inter defender Jeison Murillo “cannot say for certain” whether he’ll recover to face Sampdoria this weekend.
Barcelona’s international sporting director denies reports Martin Montoya could return from Inter in January.
Inter striker Stevan Jovetic will be sidelined for around 10 days with a pulled hamstring and will miss Sunday’s Sampdoria clash.
Roberto Mancini reflects on Inter’s 4-1 defeat to Fiorentina, saying: ‘some matches are bad from the start.’
Inter Coach Roberto Mancini says Roma and Napoli are the Scudetto favourites and reveals he tried to sign Paul Pogba while at Manchester City.
Inter President Erick Thohir denies reports of a €90m loss - “I don’t understand where that figure has come from”.
FIGC President Carlo Tavecchio is glad the Scudetto race is “offering something different from the usual”.
Nikola Kalinic’s agent says the striker only ever wanted Fiorentina, following his San Siro heroics.
Former Inter winger Xherdan Shaqiri believe’s he’s in “the best League in the world” after joining Stoke City.
Fiorentina defender Davide Astori reflects on a ‘magical night’ against Inter, but dismisses Scudetto talk.
Inter President Erick Thohir says ‘people come and go’ after dismissing director general Marco Fassone.
Inter striker Stevan Jovetic could miss the Derby d’Italia against Juventus due to injury, according to reports.
Fiorentina Coach Paulo Sousa “won’t hold back” ambitions after going top of the table with a 4-1 win at Inter.
Samir Handanovic took “my share of the responsibility” for Inter’s 4-1 hammering at the hands of Fiorentina.
Roberto Mancini insists the 4-1 defeat to Fiorentina “changes nothing” and explained his unusual Inter tactics.