INTER NEWS

Inter technical director Marco Branca has intimated that the club will consider making a bid for Mario Balotelli.
Fredy Guarin has insisted that he hasn’t joined Inter with the intention of returning to Porto in the summer.
Manchester United are ready to offer Inter a fee of around €9m for goalkeeper Julio Cesar, says the Gazzetta dello Sport.
New Inter Coach Andrea Stramaccioni had almost been appointed by Dynamo Bucharest, but “lacked the requisite curriculum.”
Luc Castaignos is a doubt for the weekend after the Inter striker picked up an injury while playing for the Primavera side.
Inter, Chelsea and Manchester United are just three of the clubs interested in Sao Paulo star Lucas.
Inter have revealed that they will have to hand over almost €14m to Porto if they opt to keep Fredy Guarin.
There are reports that Inter defender Ivan Ramiro Cordoba will hang up his boots at the end of this season.
Walter Zenga admits it is still his “dream to be Coach of Inter” and would drop his current job at Al-Nasr if the call came.
Francesco Guidolin believes the race for third place is still between as many as five different teams, including his Udinese.
Fiorentina are reportedly on the verge of naming their new sporting director, to replace the departing Pantaleo Corvino.
Former Milan and Inter Coach Leonardo has explained why a lot of his transfer work as sporting director at Paris Saint-Germain has been based in Italy.
Cagliari have looked to calm the waters of controversy following their decision to move their next home game to a different stadium.
Jose Mourinho has explained the thinking behind his famous ‘zeru tituli’ phrase and also defended Zlatan Ibrahimovic.
The decision to move Cagliari-Inter 600 miles north from Sardinia to Trieste was made without Inter’s involvement, says director Ernesto Paolillo.
The venue for Inter’s Week 31 visit to Cagliari has been changed to Trieste, leaving the Sardinians with a 600-mile journey for a home game.
Inter chief Massimo Moratti is convinced that new boss Andrea Stramaccioni has already made a difference at the club.
Gian Piero Gasperini has defended himself from claims made by Massimo Moratti that he is to blame for Inter’s disastrous campaign.
Genoa President Enrico Preziosi believes Inter chief Massimo Moratti “shouldn’t celebrate, as we don’t even score four against the little teams!”
Pasquale Marino admits Genoa “made it easy for Inter” with some disastrous defending and could risk the axe after the epic 5-4 defeat.