INTER NEWS

Inter have Wesley Sneijder, Diego Milito and Diego Forlan for the crucial second leg as they try to overturn a 1-0 defeat to Olympique Marseille.
Marseille goalkeeper Steve Mandanda is adamant his side are “full of confidence” against Inter tonight despite four consecutive defeats.
Former Inter star Adriano’s troubled career took another downward turn today, as Corinthians terminated his contract.
Jose Mourinho is impressed with Napoli as they face Chelsea, while he warns Inter of their “complicated” test with Olympique Marseille.
Transfer guru Lele Oriali has refused to dismiss rumours of a return to Inter, two years on from a less-than acrimonious split from the Nerazzurri
Gabriel Batistuta has admitted that he cannot play football anymore as a consequence of the injuries picked up during his professional career.
Espanyol have admitted an interest in keeping Inter midfielder Philippe Coutinho at the club for the 2012-13 campaign.
Cristian Chivu has confirmed that he has begun negotiations with Inter about his contract situation at San Siro.
Inter hope to have Ricky Alvarez back from injury in time for the League game against Juventus in Week 29.
Didier Deschamps sees Inter as favourites for Tuesday’s Champions League second leg encounter with his Marseille side.
Inter’s Dejan Stankovic has made it clear how important the match against Marseille is. “It’s the biggest game of the season.”
Claudio Ranieri insists that his future at Inter will not be dependant on the outcome of Tuesday’s Champions League tie with Marseille.
Douglas Maicon has been named in the Inter squad for the Marseille tie even though he didn’t train on Monday.
Former England manager Fabio Capello has ruled himself out of the running to become the next Inter boss.
Massimo Moratti believes there has been excessive criticism of his Inter side after they ended their two-month drought.
Olympique Marseille have lost four in a row, so Didier Deschamps and his President admit “an entire season” rests on their trip to Inter.
Inter President Massimo Moratti hailed “an important victory, but we need more ambition and grit against Marseille.”
Claudio Ranieri admits he was “moved” after he was spotted misty-eyed at Inter’s victory against Chievo. “They finally played like Inter.”
Diego Milito had his penalty saved, but he and Walter Samuel struck in the final minutes to sink Chievo in Inter’s first win since January.
There are reports that Inter President Massimo Moratti had dinner with Andre Villas-Boas in London last weekend.