INTER NEWS

Arsenal and Spartak Moscow are vying for Inter forward Stevan Jovetic, according to reports.
Roberto Mancini assures Inter “have faith” in Eder, after his winning goal for Italy on Friday.
Roberto Mancini is “pleased” that Inter are linked with Antonio Candreva and discusses Ever Banega’s role.
Mauro Icardi is “happy at Inter, but if the club decides to do something else, then we’ll talk about it.”
Arsenal, Bayern Munich and Zenit are lining up to buy Colombia international defender Jeison Murillo from Inter.
Juventus, Roma and Milan face competition from Liverpool for Real Madrid midfielder Mateo Kovacic.
Inter have reportedly sent emissaries to England for talks regarding Yaya Toure, Marcelo Brozovic and Andrea Ranocchia.
Sassuolo President Giorgio Squinzi confirms “Domenico Berardi refused to join Juventus” and they’re interested in Andrea Ranocchia.
Javier Zanetti admits Inter “must wait until June 28 to know if we have to sell a big player,” considering Yaya Toure and Antonio Candreva.
There are mixed reports over a planned exchange between Inter defender Andrea Ranocchia and Sassuolo’s Francesco Acerbi.
Antonio Conte gloated after a decisive Eder goal against Sweden and urged fans to create an Azzurri wall with the Republic of Ireland.
Franco Vazquez reportedly turned down an offer from Jiangsu Suning, who would then hand him to Inter in 2017.
Reports are spreading fast that Chelsea will make a strong bid for Lazio and Italy midfielder Antonio Candreva.
Ivan Perisic, Ivan Rakitic and Croatia Coach Ante Cacic slammed “terrorist” fans who threw flares during their 2-2 draw with the Czech Republic.
Reports in Argentina claim Zenit defender Ezequiel Garay wants to push through a move to Inter.
After Antonio Rudiger’s injury, Chelsea are reportedly turning their attention to Inter defender Juan Jesus.
Antonio Candreva’s agent assures “there is no agreement” with Inter, as first they must strike a deal with Lazio.
Martin Skrtel’s agent confirms Inter and Roma interest for the Liverpool defender, who does not have a deal with Fenerbahce.
Croatia were 2-0 up and dominant, but hit the self-destruct button – as did their fans – to draw 2-2 with the Czech Republic.
FIGC President Carlo Tavecchio said Antonio Conte deserves credit for “betting on Eder” after the winner against Sweden.