INTER NEWS

Alberto Zaccheroni has managed both Milan and Inter, but feels the Rossoneri are “superior in every way” ahead of Sunday’s derby.
Sulley Ali Muntari is particularly eager to prove a point against his old club in tomorrow’s derby. “I’m happy now, unlike at Inter.”
Inter’s Diego Milito reassured he will “certainly remain here, or at least I hope I will,” and looks forward to the “special” derby with Milan.
Inter director Marco Tronchetti Provera looks forward to the derby and advises wayward Mario Balotelli. “It all depends on him.”
Kevin-Prince Boateng would love a goal in the Milan derby on Sunday night and insists “we deserve the Scudetto.”
Dejan Stankovic will undergo the knife to correct a niggling Achilles tendon injury, therefore ruling him out of the remainder of the season.
Thiago Silva is set to miss Milan’s derby with Inter this weekend as he reportedly struggles to return to full training.
Week 37’s Derby della Madonnina is set to play a pivotal role in both the title race and battle for the final Champions League qualification place this season.
Palermo already have a replacement for goalkeeper Emiliano Viviano if Inter recall him at the end of the season.
Inter tactician Andrea Stramaccioni believes that the club have already made a decision about his future.
Cesare Prandelli believes Italy are in good shape to do well at Euro 2012, but he has refused to rule out leaving his position after the summer tournament.
Udinese have denied reports linking Juventus with a move for Luis Muriel this summer, insisting that he will return to the Zebrette for next season.
Inter President Massimo Moratti has conceded that his club will inadvertently help one of their great rivals – Milan or Juventus – to the title.
Andrea Stramaccioni cursed “three fatal minutes” that cost Inter the points in Parma, but insists it won’t ruin their campaign.
Delio Rossi punched Fiorentina player Adem Ljajic in a dugout brawl, while Inter lost in Parma, Lazio drew and Udinese won despite a phantom goal.
Inter have Diego Milito, Wesley Sneijder and the returning Walter Samuel in the starting XI for their trip to Parma this evening.
Antonio Di Natale disagrees with Italy Coach Cesare Prandelli’s call for gay players to come out, but Diego Milito encourages it.
Thiago Motta has no regrets about bringing an end to his Inter career in favour of a January move to Paris Saint-Germain.
Inter legend Alessandro Altobelli has urged President Massimo Moratti to keep Andrea Stramaccioni as Coach.
Andrea Ranocchia has conceded that Claudio Ranieri’s spell in charge at Inter may have cost him his place at Euro 2012.