INTER NEWS

Former Inter Coach Claudio Ranieri insists reports of Spartak Moscow offering him a job “is news to me.”
Luis Muriel’s agent has suggested that the attacker will spend next season at Udinese, despite links to Inter and Milan.
Ezequiel Lavezzi’s agent has strongly hinted that his client will be considering his future at Napoli come the end of the season.
Laurent Blanc has refused to rule out a move to Inter after Euro 2012 – even if he insists he’s just focused on France for now.
Lazio will consider making Inter an offer for Giampaolo Pazzini, according to the Corriere dello Sport.
Wesley Sneijder will return to full training with Inter on Tuesday after recovering from his latest injury setback.
Inter made a January move for Fredy Guarin after they asked the advice of Andre Villas-Boas – his former boss at Porto.
Inter chief Massimo Moratti insists that postponing the Week 33 games was the only option after the death of Piermario Morosini.
The agent of Sandro says his client is happy at Spurs even though numerous clubs outside of England are interested in his services.
Douglas Maicon will hold talks with Inter at the end of the season before contemplating his future.
South American talent Paulo Dybala “is wanted by Palermo, but we are waiting for a counter-offer from Inter and Juventus.”
Inter hinted they would keep Andrea Stramaccioni if he captured third place, but reports increase that France manager Laurent Blanc will be drafted in next season.
Inter captain Javier Zanetti was “truly shocked” by Piermario Morosini’s death and confirms it was the right decision to call off all the games.
Udinese President Giampaolo Pozzo confirms the death of Piermario Morosini was “a terrible shock, as he was with us until January.”
Inter go head to head with Udinese for Europe this evening, but Nerazzurri director Marco Branca believes “we’re not in the race for the Champions League.”
Diego Forlan tells the fans they “have not yet seen the real” striker since he joined Inter. “I would hate to leave like this.”
Udinese and Inter come face to face on Saturday, but the Friulani confirm negotiations already began for Juan Cuadrado.
Francesco Guidolin insists Saturday’s clash with Inter is effectively a “Champions League play-off” and Udinese are still among the favourites.
Inter director Ernesto Paolillo has reiterated his club’s support for UEFA’s Financial Fair Play initiative. “It will lead to a positive revolution.”
Andrea Stramaccioni is prepared to alter his set-up to try to beat Udinese on Saturday night, as he admits Inter are ‘perfect victims’ for the Zebrette.