INTER NEWS

Gianfelice Facchetti told Inter captain Mauro Icardi to “show more sacrifice and fewer tantrums.”
Stephan Lichtsteiner insists he will “fight to the end to defend my place” at Juventus, albeit hinting he’ll leave for Inter.
Inter’s spending spree is not over, as they are lining up a January swoop for €30m-rated Benfica defender Victor Lindelof.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic admits the reason he went to Manchester United was to follow Jose Mourinho.
Domenico Criscito's agent doesn't rule out a move to Inter, but warns Zenit St Petersburg won't accept a loan option.
Yaya Toure, formerly one of the big names accosted to Inter, 'will not move in January' according to his agent.
Barcelona and Santos are at each other's necks over the transfer of Gabigol to Inter.
Massimo Moratti says Frank De Boer will need at least one month before he can be judged, whilst discussing Inter's mercato.
As Stephan Lichtsteiner is still pushing for a transfer to Inter, Juventus will reportedly target Matteo Darmian from Manchester United.
With Financial Fair Play issues, Frank de Boer has effectively split the Inter squad into two distinct teams for Serie A and Europe.
Martin Caceres is still a free agent and Napoli are ready to offer him a contract after Vlad Chiriches’ injury.
Santos are reportedly suing Barcelona for damages after Gabriel Barbosa – known as Gabigol – signed for Inter.
Carlo Ancelotti admits he could “never train Atletico Madrid or Barcelona, any more than I could train Inter or Lazio.”
Former Inter president Massimo Moratti believes Frank De Boer was signed too late, whilst 'the Scudetto will be a piece of cake for Juventus'.
Inter are looking to increase their revenue by €30-35m by means of opening up to the Asian market.
Inter will reportedly give young goalkeeper Ionut Radu a new four-year contract, to ward off interest from Manchester City.
President Erick Thohir believes Inter’s summer transfer campaign was “remarkable”.
Marcelo Brozovic’s agent confirms Chelsea and Juventus wanted his client but “he’s happy to stay” at Inter.
Erick Thohir believes Inter’s summer signings have what it takes to revamp the team’s “backbone” after a “very aggressive” summer transfer window.
Dino Zoff believes Italy 'can do well' after witnessing a 'mediocre' Euro 2016, whilst discussing Gianluigi Donnarumma.