INTER NEWS

Hebei China Fortune have officially completed the signing of former Inter target Ezequiel Lavezzi from Paris Saint-Germain.
Inter defender Juan Jesus targets “second or at least third” but knows they must “improve a lot in the final third”.
Roberto Mancini says Inter’s training camp will bring “peace of mind” and insists “we’re not giving up”.
Inter have announced that the squad will enter a training camp until Saturday’s Sampdoria game.
Fiorentina plan to appeal against the three-day suspension of Mauro Zarate.
Five players have been suspended after the tense Fiorentina-Inter, some for several matches.
Verona director general Giovanni Gardini has an interview with Inter's President to change clubs.
Former Inter owner Massimo Moratti turns down the idea of returning as President: 'Look to the future instead'.
Erick Thohir will reportedly meet Massimo Moratti this week to discuss Inter’s financial future.
Former Italy CT Cesare Prandelli believes Mario Balotelli should look to Simone Zaza as “an example”.
Inter President Erick Thohir will reportedly meet PSG directors tomorrow to discuss Adrien Rabiot and Gregory Van der Wiel.
Fiorentina striker Mauro Zarate apologised for his red card against Inter, but claimed he “received two punches from two players.”
Paulo Sousa was pleased that Fiorentina completed their first comeback of the campaign against “Inter who sat deep.”
Inter refused to speak to the media after their 2-1 defeat to Fiorentina, a fiery game with three red cards.
Borja Valero relished Fiorentina “never giving up” as they fought back from a goal down to beat Inter and recapture third.
Khouma Babacar turned Inter over in stoppages as Fiorentina won 2-1 to take third place, pushing the Nerazzurri to fifth.
Inter director Piero Ausilio doubts it’s “do or die” against Fiorentina and insists Geoffrey Kondogbia critics “don’t understand football.”
Mauro Zarate admits “it’ll be a good old battle for third place this season” as Fiorentina host his old club Inter.
Alex Telles warned Inter’s trip to Fiorentina tonight “can change the entire course of the campaign.”
Fiorentina and Inter go head-to-head for third place, as Roma and Milan have burst into the race too.