INTER NEWS

A move to Inter is “a possibility” for Lucas Biglia, according to the Lazio captain’s agent.
Adem Ljajic says “I hope to stay at Inter” and hopes they can put together a run of victories.
Alex Telles says Inter “played very well” against Chievo last night after a “difficult period”.
Fredy Guarin explains he left Inter because “I was looking for a new experience”.
Reports say Antonio Candreva could leave Lazio in the summer with Barcelona, Milan and Inter linked.
Inter director Piero Ausilio “really liked the team” in their 1-0 win over Chievo.
Napoli and Juventus carry on winning for club records, Inter ended their negative streak with Chievo and Mauro Zarate saved Fiorentina.
Inter Vice-President Javier Zanetti hopes “February will be different” and assures “there is no Mauro Icardi problem.”
Inter desperately need to get back on track and Roberto Mancini reshuffles again as Chievo visit San Siro.
Reports are increasing that Inter and Chelsea target Ezequiel Lavezzi will accept an offer from Shanghai Shenhua.
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Martin Montoya says he “didn’t feel like a footballer” during his loan spell at Inter.
Mark Hateley thanks Milan fans for the Derby della Madonnina choreography: “It was touching, almost shocking.”
Reports say Roberto Mancini will face the sack if Inter fail to qualify for the Champions League this season.
Roberto Mancini apologised to Mediaset host Mikaela Calcagno with a bouquet of flowers after their tense interview.
It’s reported Inter turned down a €30m (£22.7m) Liverpool offer for Mauro Icardi on transfer deadline day.
Inter named their squad to host Chievo in tomorrow night’s Serie A midweek round.
As it’s reported next season video evidence will be used to penalise discriminatory insults, Maurizio Sarri apologises for his Roberto Mancini row.
Inter sporting director Piero Ausilio backs Geoffrey Kondogbia to improve - “he’s a great talent”.
Piero Ausilio says it would be “simplistic” for Inter to blame recent poor results on refereeing.