INTER NEWS

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.
Both Roma and Inter smell the hint of Champions League qualification going into what could be a decisive weekend in the race for third place.
Douglas Maicon’s agent has dismissed suggestions that the Inter player will require surgery at the end of the season.
In-form Inter striker Diego Milito has averaged a goal every 90 minutes since the start of 2012 – not bad for a Bidone d’Oro winner.
Esteban Cambiasso has rejected the possibility that he could leave Inter at the end of the current campaign.
Inter President Massimo Moratti has complimented the football of arch-rivals Juventus. “I’m impressed.”
Paris Saint-Germain sporting director Leonardo has rejected speculation that he could be heading back to Italy in the summer.
Ricky Alvarez has assured fans that he will return a fitter and more complete player at Inter, after a difficult season so far.
Mino Raiola says that Mario Balotelli will remain at Manchester City, while Paul Pogba will have to choose between Manchester United and Juventus.
Walter Samuel is expected to be sidelined for the next three weeks after limping out of Inter’s game with Siena.
Finishing third is still the target at Inter, striker Diego Milito has declared following the 2-1 win over Siena.
Inter President Massimo Moratti has insisted that Manchester City’s Mario Balotelli is not in their plans for the future.
Andrea Stramaccioni hailed Inter’s performance to fight back against “the form team of the moment” Siena and believes in third place.
Diego Milito’s brace managed to overturn an early Siena goal, as Inter emerged winners at San Siro.