INTER NEWS

Inter Coach Roberto Mancini admits beating Juventus would be “a big coup and an important thing.”
Inter and Juventus will face off in January for Udinese full-back Silvan Widmer.
Carlo Ancelotti analyses the problems at Juventus and gives his Scudetto predictions in a “strange” Serie A race.
Italy have qualified for Euro 2016 and there are already predictions for Antonio Conte’s final squad.
Alvaro Morata and Paul Pogba are having extra training sessions to be fit for Inter v Juventus next Sunday night.
Roberto Mancini prepares Inter to face Juventus and congratulates Italy on qualification for Euro 2016.
Leicester City manager Claudio Ranieri sees Serie A on the way up, identifies differences in England and puts Jose Mourinho behind him.
Stevan Jovetic insists he’ll be fully fit next Sunday and Inter beating Juventus “would send a strong signal.”
Ivan Perisic of Inter and Fiorentina’s Nikola Kalinic scored for Croatia, while Wales and Belgium qualified for Euro 2016.
Inter forward Rodrigo Palacio could return to Argentina for Boca Juniors in January.
Max Allegri hopes to have Paul Pogba and Alvaro Morata against Inter and still believes in a Juventus Scudetto.
Alvaro Morata sent a reassuring tweet for Juventus fans. “Working flat out to be ready for Sunday!”
Massimo Moratti believes Inter “reflect the character of Roberto Mancini” and looks forward to facing Juventus.
Premier League sides bring in almost triple the money of Serie A clubs in terms of shirt sponsors, with Sassuolo the top earners.
Adem Ljajic impressed for Serbia and sent a message to Inter. “I hope they saw what I did and would love to play against Juventus.”
Juventus striker Alvaro Morata is said to be optimistic over his injury just hours after fears he’d fractured his fibula.
Former Milan midfielder Bryan Cristante could quit Benfica and return to Serie A for Torino.
Juventus striker Alvaro Morata was stretchered off during Spain’s Euro 2016 qualifier with Luxembourg.
Former Inter President Massimo Moratti sees a “more balanced” Serie A, and looks ahead to the Juventus match.
Roberto Mancini saw his Inter side lose to Chiasso, but “there’s time” to prepare for the Juventus match.