INTER NEWS

Verona Coach Andrea Mandorlini admits Inter will be “difficult” but “we’re not beaten before we start”.
Legendary ex-Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson reveals he rejected an offer from Inter.
Cesare Prandelli praises ‘first-rate’ Italian Coaches and backs Inter to compete for the Scudetto with Roma and Juventus.
Roberto Mancini deserves credit for building a tough and quality Inter side, according to Giovanni Trapattoni.
Giovanni Trapattoni ‘hasn’t been surprised by Inter’ and thinks they will challenge Roma and Juventus for the title.
Former Italy international Dino Zoff believes ‘Inter can challenge for the Scudetto’ this season.
Leonardo sees Roma as Scudetto favourites, but Inter and Milan have given ‘important signals’.
Javier Zanetti maintains Inter’s target this season is Europe “but if something more comes we’ll be happy”.
Javier Zanetti calls Francesco Totti “a great champion” after the Roma captain’s 300th goal this weekend.
Vice-President Javier Zanetti says Inter are “happy with what we’re doing” but “there’s a long way to go”.
Roma full-back Maicon has been fined €2,000 for a dive in the weekend draw with Sassuolo.
Marcello Lippi sees Torino’s Giampiero Ventura as the best Coach in Italy, but detects ‘melancholy’ in Francesco Totti.
Juventus midfielder Roberto Pereyra admits Inter and Roma are strong but “it’s just the beginning”.
Sinisa Mihajlovic believes his Milan side is “a winning horse” and discusses Inter.
Referees have been designated for Serie A’s Week 5 fixtures, with the experienced Carmine Russo overseeing Inter’s meeting with Verona.
Marco Materazzi says Inter can ‘target the Scudetto’ and that Roberto Mancini is ‘the right person’ to make it happen.
Rolando Maran tips Inter for the Scudetto, but also insists they “did not deserve” to beat Chievo today.
Max Allegri calls Inter the ‘first candidate alongside Roma and Juventus’ to win the Scudetto, but he won't 'step aside'.
Beppe Marotta acknowledges Juventus need a result in their “very important match” away to Genoa.
Roberto Mancini insists “nothing has changed” after Inter’s victory at Chievo, their best start in 13 years.