INTER NEWS

Fenerbahce have denied reports in Turkey that the club have made an offer to Inter for Wesley Sneijder.
Andrea Ranocchia sees a new Inter career after Andrea Stramaccioni took charge. “I didn’t enjoy myself last year.”
President Albano Guaraldi insists Bologna will keep Premier League and Inter target Gaston Ramirez and sign Manolo Gabbiadini from Atalanta via Juventus.
Royston Drenthe’s agent admits negotiations “with Inter, Napoli, Genoa and Torino, but also Russia, Turkey and Manchester City.”
Inter look to be in pole position for Manchester City’s Nigel de Jong, but need movement from the player on his wage demands.
Whilst some reports have Napoli as on the verge of completing a deal for Alvaro Pereira, others put Inter in place as attempting to hijack it.
Jose Mourinho has again taken time to reflect on his success in Europe as a Coach and has suggested a new nickname for himself.
Douglas Maicon has been included by Andrea Stramaccioni in Inter’s Europa League squad for the Play-off round.
Giuseppe Rossi’s agent believes the striker would welcome a move to Milan, but also says that any number of clubs will be moving for him.
Inter’s Samuele Longo is aiming to be better than Italy Under-21 teammate Mattia Destro one day.
Tottenham winger Aaron Lennon has emerged as a surprise transfer target for Inter, according to Sportsmediaset.
Espanyol have confirmed their interest in Inter’s Under-21 international striker Samuele Longo.
Inter’s hopes of taking Nigel De Jong are rising after Manchester City announced a deal for Jack Rodwell.
Massimo Moratti weighed in on Napoli’s boycott of the Italian Super Cup victory ceremony for Juventus. “They must’ve had their reasons.”
Inter have been linked with a bid for Arsenal’s Theo Walcott, while Julio Cesar continues talks with Tottenham.
Gian Piero Gasperini is still bitter about his short spell in charge of Inter last season, suggesting today that the club are only now adjusting to his ideas.
The Europa League Play-off round draw has taken place today and pits Inter against Vaslui and Lazio against Mura 05.
President Massimo Moratti admits that he was not happy with Inter’s display in the Europa League last night, but remains realistic.
Inter almost managed to throw away a 3-0 first leg lead, but the 2-0 home defeat to Hajduk Split was enough to keep them in the Europa League.
Inter start with Philippe Coutinho, Wesley Sneijder and Diego Milito in the second leg of their Europa League qualifier against Hajduk Split.