INTER NEWS

Javier Zanetti says Inter want to win the Europa League, and confirms new arrivals before the transfer deadline.
Juventus Coach Massimiliano Allegri won’t be drawn on Paris Saint-Germain’s Blaise Matuidi - “I don’t talk about players from other teams”.
Inter, Fiorentina and Roma all face Czech opposition in the Europa League, while Sassuolo are pitted against Athletic Club.
Sporting's Joao Mario and Santos' Gabigol will land in Italy today and head off to Inter for their medicals, say reports.
Italy will have four teams in the Champions League from 2018 following UEFA's new reform.
Inter and Fiorentina have reached an agreement for the free loan of Stevan Jovetic, say reports.
Caner Erkin is set to be loaned to Besiktas as Inter have apparently already found a deal.
Inter and Fiorentina enter Pot 1 for the Europa League draw, with Roma in Pot 2 and Sassuolo in Pot 4.
Gabigol’s agent reveals “four offers from big European clubs”, with his future to be decided this week.
It’s reported Inter forward Stevan Jovetic is meeting his agent to discuss a return to Fiorentina.
Paolo Valeri will take charge of Napoli-Milan, as the referees are announced for Week 2 of Serie A.
Santos forward Gabriel Barbosa says his future “will be resolved soon” amid Inter and Juventus interest.
Inter are reportedly confident that Joao Mario will arrive from Sporting before the transfer window closes.
The agent of Inter midfielder and Juventus target Marcelo Brozovic admits 'he must be considered on the market'.
Inter have dropped Stevan Jovetic, and Fiorentina are planning to pick him up for a homecoming.
Frank de Boer urged Inter to “fight for every ball and every inch. I want my team to play to win every game.”
Despite claims to the contrary, reports continue to insist Fiorentina are trying to bring Stevan Jovetic back from Inter.
Inter CEO Michael Bolingbroke said new Coach Frank de Boer “will give us another bounce forward for the Champions League.”
Stevan Jovetic’s agent shoots down rumours the forward could leave Inter - “he’s happy and he’ll stay”.
Martin Caceres “doesn’t know” where he’ll play this season, but he’d gladly accept Inter or Milan.