INTER NEWS

It’s an action-packed Saturday in Serie A with Frosinone-Inter, Chievo-Carpi, Sassuolo-Genoa and tonight’s Milan-Juventus.
Inter are forced to revamp their defence and start Stevan Jovetic in a tricky trip to relegation battlers Frosinone.
Ivan Perisic warns Inter today’s trip to Frosinone “will be very difficult, as we have to win and so do they.”
Inter are said to be targeting cheaper Italian options for next season, such as Emanuele Giaccherini and Francesco Acerbi.
Inter will fight Fenerbahce and Tottenham for Valencia right-sided midfielder Sofiane Feghouli this summer.
It’s a packed fixture list today with four games, starting from Frosinone-Inter, Chievo-Carpi and Sassuolo-Genoa until tonight’s big Milan v Juventus clash.
Roberto Stellone complained Frosinone have “suffered really too many” refereeing errors ahead of their game with Inter.
Spanish papers claim Inter are in negotiations with Sevilla to sell midfielder Felipe Melo.
Roberto Mancini has named his Inter squad to face Frosinone, without the suspended Miranda.
Yuto Nagatomo thanks Inter for renewing his contract: 'I have no desire to move to the Premier League'.
Inter have renewed their contract with Yuto Nagatomo for another three years, as confirmed officially by the club.
Coach Roberto Mancini is 'not worried' about his future at Inter or even the transfer market: 'You don't need big money to win.'
Roberto Mancini says Inter made 'too many mistakes' but must be 'professional to the end' ahead of the match against Frosinone.
The future of Ivan Perisic with Inter is directly linked with that of Coach Roberto Mancini, say reports.
Jeison Murillo insists “third place is not impossible” for Inter this season.
Inter defender Jeison Murillo expects “a difficult game” against Frosinone - “we have to stay focused”.
Inter winger Ivan Perisic would “happily” discuss a move to Chelsea, his agent admits.
Inter midfielder Geoffrey Kondogbia isn’t giving up on the Champions League - “we have to take it game-by-game.”
Reports say Inter are set to hand Yuto Nagatomo a three-year deal with an increased salary.
Inter have ‘paid dearly for our errors’ says Geoffrey Kondogbia, but ‘we must believe in finishing third.’