INTER NEWS

Boca Juniors' Jonathan Calleri says the opportunity to move to Inter is there, but he'd rather stay where he is.
Reports suggest Bologna and Inter have agreed on a loan deal for defender Andrea Ranocchia.
Former Inter President Massimo Moratti feels “very sorry” for Jose Mourinho, after his sacking from Chelsea.
Reports in England claim Inter have enquired about the availability of Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane.
Ezequiel Lavezzi 'wants to play in Italy', says his agent, but a renewal with Paris Saint-Germain looks 'likely'.
Fiorentina are once again considering Roma's Juan Iturbe as well as Inter's Davide Santon.
Turkish club Besiktas is attempting a last-ditch move to sign Inter goalkeeper Samir Handanovic in January.
Inter Coach Roberto Mancini keeps his eyes on the final target: 'What matters is finishing first'.
Maurizio Sarri said Napoli “sent a signal” with their Coppa Italia win over Verona and hinted at January transfers.
Inter director Piero Ausilio insists there is “no deal” for Boca striker Jonathan Calleri and January transfers will be limited.
Dries Mertens assured Napoli “want to win every game and enjoy ourselves” after setting up a Coppa Italia quarter-final with Inter.
Napoli made short work of Verona, a 3-0 victory sending them through to the Coppa Italia quarter-finals against Inter.
Inter are ‘one of the 10 best teams in the world’ according to Stevan Jovetic, who says he has ‘nothing to prove to anyone.’
Inter’s Stevan Jovetic says ‘it’s easier to play in England than Italy’ but laments his lack of opportunities at Manchester City.
Inter youngster Rey Manaj’s agent ‘trusts Roberto Mancini’ and confirms interest from Genoa and Frosinone.
Reports say Sevilla are in talks for Inter’s Andrea Ranocchia but are also interested in Genoa’s Armando Izzo.
Inter are close to finalising a €14m deal for Boca Juniors striker Jonathan Calleri, according to reports.
Milan and Inter target Stefano Sensi of Cesena says ‘a year with a small Serie A club would be good for me.’
Inter will reportedly try to sell or loan out at least five players in January in order to balance their books.
Chievo will reportedly fight Bologna to loan Jonathan Calleri should he join Inter, while also targeting full-back Federico Dimarco.