INTER NEWS

Roberto Mancini has expressed his regret at coaching Inter a second time. “Never go back to where you did well because you can only do worse...”
Suning Group has vowed that it “wants to strengthen” Inter after confirmation of FFP compliance – and hinted players from China could head to the club.
Piero Ausilio has made it clear that Inter did not speak to any Coaches other than Frank de Boer. “I challenge anyone to say otherwise...”
Inter CEO Michael Bolingbroke has insisted that the club “absolutely haven’t given up on the Scudetto” this season.
Inter have held a shareholders meeting, in which CEO Michael Bolingbroke has indicated that the club are '100% behind' Coach Frank de Boer.
Felipe Melo’s future at Inter is hanging in the balance, with the Brazilian firmly out of favour under Frank de Boer.
Palermo Coach Roberto De Zerbi is reportedly at risk of the sack, as Edy Reja is being considered.
Felipe Melo could leave Inter in January for a return to Brazil with Flamengo.
Laurent Blanc remains a strong contender for the Inter bench, as his long-term assistant manager was in the stands against Torino.
Sampdoria striker Patrik Schick warns he and his teammates will “play to win” against Inter this weekend.
Frank de Boer insists the Inter hierarchy have “a lot of faith” in him, and says the team are “much more relaxed”.
Reports in the Netherlands claim Inter could try to sign Manchester United forward Wayne Rooney in January.
Inter legend Beppe Bergomi doesn't know if the win over Torino “will be enough” to save Coach Frank de Boer.
Inter’s owners, the Suning Group, were reportedly happy with the performance against Torino, easing the pressure on Frank de Boer.
Former Inter President Massimo Moratti saw “improvement” against Torino and warns “football is about results”.
Frank de Boer’s Inter future is still in the balance, with reports a decision will be made tomorrow.
Argentina Coach Edgardo Bauza assures Inter striker Mauro Icardi “could be called-up at any time”.
Walter Mazzarri believes time has been kind to his Inter spell - “everyone after me struggled…”
Sinisa Mihajlovic blasted Torino for “a sluggish performance that gifted Inter the victory. We lost without playing.”
Frank de Boer admits he feels “a little more stable” on the Inter bench after a 2-1 victory over Torino.