INTER NEWS

Marco Materazzi continues his feud with Rafa Benitez. “Napoli are frightening opponents now they actually have a Coach.”
Inter and Albania striker Rey Manaj would relish a loan move to Frosinone, confirmed his agent.
Arsenal have joined the list of clubs eyeing Lazio midfielder Lucas Biglia, including Inter, Real Madrid, Liverpool and Manchester United.
Marcelo Brozovic’s agent hinted at a possible January exit. “Many clubs are interested, but you’d have to ask Inter.”
Cesare Prandelli insists Juventus aren’t out of the Scudetto race, and defends Inter’s style of play.
Lorenzo Insigne’s agent says his client “turned down English teams who would have showered him with money” to stay with Napoli.
Diego Milito denies Juventus were interested in him after he left Inter and “wouldn’t have accepted” anyway.
Legia Warsaw midfielder Ondrej Duda reveals Financial Fair Play prevented him from completing a move to Inter.
Arrigo Sacchi says Inter play an “ancient” style of football, which “would not be appreciated” outside Italy.
With Inter going back top, the same four sides are monopolising the available Champions League places this season as Dave Taylor selects his best XI from Week 13.
Inter President Erick Thohir says Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho is ‘The One’ for fans, but backs Roberto Mancini.
Bologna are reportedly in talks with Roma for Juan Iturbe and Inter for Jonathan Biabiany as they search for a winger.
Andrea Pirlo’s arrival at Inter would ‘give quality to a compact and physical team’, says Carlo Ancelotti.
Nice’s Hatem Ben Arfa is reportedly more likely to join Inter in January than Valencia winger Sofiane Feghouli.
Frosinone Coach Roberto Stellone was disappointed with the “excessively heavy” 4-0 result. “We caused Inter problems.”
Jonathan Biabiany was “thankful” to Inter and Roberto Mancini, as a goal marked the end of his “difficult year.”
Roberto Mancini warned “there are three or four teams better equipped for the Scudetto” after Inter became the new Serie A leaders.
Adem Ljajic said “I hope the fans are happy too” after Inter’s 4-0 flattening of Frosinone to go two points clear.
Inter went clear at the top of the table with a 4-0 victory over Frosinone, as Jonathan Biabiany got his first goal.
Samir Handanovic admits he “hopes to have less work to do” in the Inter goal against Frosinone.