INTER NEWS

Daniele Arrigoni rues his team's single mistake and Claudio Ranieri was content with the points.
Claudio Ranieri celebrates Inter’s third straight Serie A victory, but admits he’d “never seen the team make so many mistakes.”
Inter scraped a 1-0 victory in Cesena thanks to Andrea Ranocchia’s header and the saves of Julio Cesar.
Inter have Giampaolo Pazzini and Diego Milito together looking for a third straight win against Adrian Mutu’s Cesena.
Daniele Arrigoni points out Cesena have ended Palermo’s 100 per cent home record, so there’s no reason why they can’t shock Inter today too.
Didier Deschamps points out “the Treble-winning Inter is gone,” but Marseille are still concerned at the Champions League draw.
Claudio Ranieri is still without Wesley Sneijder and tells Inter “it won’t be easy” against Cesena on Sunday.
Carlo Ancelotti believes Milan are “superior to Arsenal,” while Napoli can eliminate Chelsea.
Italy Coach Cesare Prandelli is confident Milan, Napoli and Inter can progress in the Champions League. “They have the right mentality.”
Massimo Moratti warns Inter should not underestimate Olympique Marseille and confirms “it was obvious” the Calciopoli peace talks would be futile.
Inter boss Claudio Ranieri is looking forward to facing Marseille counterpart Didier Deschamps in the Champions League.
Milan will take on Arsenal and Chelsea await Napoli in the last 16 of the Champions League. Inter, meanwhile, have been paired with Marseille.
Inter, Milan and Napoli will discover the identity of their last 16 opponents when the Champions League draw is made on Friday.
Andrea Ranocchia is confident “Inter can still win the Scudetto” despite the 10-point gap from the leaders.
Inter are reportedly considering opening contract negotiations with Manchester United’s soon to be out of contract French youth international Paul Pogba.
Genoa President Enrico Preziosi has made it clear that he wouldn’t hesitate in re-signing Diego Milito of Inter.
Yuto Nagatomo has warned former club Cesena that he’ll be looking to beat them with Italian giants Inter in Week 16.
Diego Milito is still a top player, says Gian Piero Gasperini – his former boss at both Genoa and Inter.
Those present at Wednesday’s Calciopoli peace talks have admitted that nothing has changed after a four-hour meeting.
A meeting with the intention of archiving Calciopoli for good has begun in Rome on Wednesday morning.