INTER NEWS

Simone Verdi assures he won’t leave Bologna in January, despite Inter and Napoli interest. “I want to end the season here.”
Fortune China magazine have dedicated their front cover to the Suning Group’s purchase of Inter.
Inter Coach Luciano Spalletti says he’s “embarrassed” by comparisons to Jose Mourinho - “I’ve been here two days, he made history”.
The referees have been announced for this week’s Coppa Italia games, with Juan Luca Sacchi taking charge of Inter-Pordenone.
Inter have officially announced the issuing of secured bonds worth €300m, maturing in 2022.
Join us for all the build-up and action from today’s Serie A games, including Chievo-Roma, Napoli-Fiorentina and Milan-Bologna.
Jose Mourinho shrugged off Luciano Spalletti comparisons, but the Manchester United manager is “an Interista who wants them to do well.”
Napoli wasted a golden opportunity to recapture the top of Serie A, as they were again toothless in attack against Fiorentina.
Rolando Maran concedes Chievo owe a debt of gratitude to 38-year-old goalkeeper Stefano Sorrentino for their goalless draw with Roma.
Amadou Diawara wants Napoli to “prove these recent defeats didn’t change our dimension” this season by beating Fiorentina to go top.
Napoli have the opportunity to recapture the top of the table with a win over Fiorentina, as Piotr Zielinski stands in for Lorenzo Insigne.
Sergio Pellissier said Chievo want to prove the 5-0 defeat to Inter “was just a fluke” as they host on-form Roma.
Former Juventus forward Renato Buso admits Inter are genuine Scudetto contenders after last night’s goalless draw between the teams.
Samir Handanovic insists Inter are still not at their best despite their 16-match unbeaten start to Serie A.
Maurizio Sarri and Stefano Pioli meet for the eighth time in Napoli-Fiorentina, with no draws between the two Coaches so far.
A freezing night in Turin hosted the biggest Derby D’Italia in recent years and Elio Salerno analysed a tactical stand-off.
Miralem Pjanic assures there was no row with Max Allegri, but Juventus consider their draw with Inter to be “two dropped points.”
Luciano Spalletti has regrets that Inter didn’t take the victory away to Juventus. “We’ve got to realise we earned this clash and did less than we could’ve.”
Max Allegri “hoped Juventus would put in a good performance against Inter, but didn’t expect it to be that good” after a 0-0 draw.
Borja Valero insists Inter “came here to win” after their 0-0 draw with Juventus in Turin and isn’t concerned by a Napoli overtake.