INTER NEWS

Ezequiel Lavezzi scored the decisive goal as Napoli beat Inter 1-0 even after going down to 10 men.
Inter have Diego Milito, Diego Forlan and Wesley Sneijder for tonight’s Last Chance Saloon trip to the Stadio San Paolo.
Walter Mazzarri laughed off links with the Inter job for next season and warns tomorrow night’s game is “a classic trap” for Napoli.
Claudio Ranieri insists he “can feel the confidence” of Inter ahead of tomorrow’s crunch match with Napoli. “The President wants a reaction and we’ll give it to him.”
Spanish newspaper Marca claims Inter are ready to offer €20m per season in order to sign Barcelona manager Pep Guardiola.
Napoli patron Aurelio De Laurentiis does not believe Inter will be any less of an opponent for his side on Sunday evening, despite their continuing struggles.
Inter President Massimo Moratti has raised some doubts about Claudio Ranieri’s long-term future at the club.
Inter’s Andrea Ranocchia has suffered another blow to his injury-hit season after picking up a fresh fitness problem in training.
Titans clash in Week 25 as Milan and Juventus play out a potential Scudetto-decider and Napoli entertain Inter.
Atletico Madrid boss Diego Pablo Simeone says he’s too young to be considered as a possible Coach of Inter.
There is some relatively good news for Inter after Douglas Maicon’s injury turned out to be less serious than first feared.
After years of success, Inter goalkeeper Julio Cesar is struggling to come to terms with the club’s problems this season.
Esteban Cambiasso has urged Inter critics to look at the performance against Marseille on Wednesday rather than the result.
Didier Deschamps does not feel Inter are in crisis despite their latest defeat to his Marseille side. “We know the second leg will be tough.”
Claudio Ranieri feels “it’s a snapshot of our current moment” for Inter after yet another defeat, this time in the Champions League, and a Douglas Maicon injury.
Javier Zanetti admits Inter feel “very bitter at the situation and did not deserve the defeat” in Marseille. “We hope this negative period ends soon.”
Inter were beaten with the last kick of the game, as they fell 1-0 to Olympique Marseille, piling more pressure on Claudio Ranieri.
Inter director Luis Figo tells the squad “the time has come for the players to prove they are not finished” against Olympique Marseille.
Inter have a 4-4-1-1 system in Marseille this evening with Mauro Zarate out wide and Wesley Sneijder behind Diego Forlan.
There is still plenty of life left in the current Inter squad, insists technical director Marco Branca.