INTER NEWS

Roberto Mancini again slammed Napoli Coach Maurizio Sarri for alleged homophobic slurs. “He offended people who suffer.”
Lazio Coach Stefano Pioli concedes Juventus “made the most of our error” to win the Coppa Italia quarter-final.
Max Allegri complimented Lazio for their Coppa Italia performance and insisted Juventus “did not rotate the squad.”
Leonardo Bonucci said Juventus “must spit blood every time” after their 1-0 Coppa Italia win over Lazio, as they’ll face Inter in the semi-finals.
Stephan Lichtsteiner got the winner against his former club, as Juventus conquered Lazio and will face Inter in the Coppa Italia semi-final.
Maurizio Sarri’s alleged homophobic comments have sparked debate between two of Italy’s biggest gay rights organisations.
Milan President Silvio Berlusconi said Roberto Mancini “was wrong” to take Maurizio Sarri’s alleged insults to the media.
Inter left-back Dodo is expected to undergo his medical for a loan move to Sampdoria tomorrow.
Udinese have reportedly signed Basel midfielder Zdravko Kuzmanovic, who returns to Serie A.
Andrea Ranocchia admits “you never can tell in football” after interest from Milan and Sampdoria in the Inter defender.
The agent of Empoli defender Mario Rui says Inter are “following him closely” but he won’t move in January.
Fredy Guarin’s move to Jiangsu Suning won’t be affected by the collapse of Luiz Adriano’s transfer.
Napoli Coach Maurizio Sarri denies he’s a homophobe, pointing out that he has gay friends.
Sampdoria striker Eder wants to “leave the transfer market aside”, despite speculation of an Inter move.
Reports suggest Napoli Coach Maurizio Sarri will only face a two-match ban for alleged homophobic remarks.
Bologna sporting director Pantaleo Corvino admits interest in Andrea Ranocchia but “a central defender wasn’t the priority”.
Inter have reportedly agreed personal terms with Sampdoria’s Roberto Soriano, but are relying on Fredy Guarin’s move to Jiangsu Suning going ahead.
Napoli Coach Maurizio Sarri’s alleged homophobic comments to Inter’s Roberto Mancini could result in a two-month ban, say reports.
Maurizio Sarri tried to laugh off the accusations of homophobia from Roberto Mancini in a Press conference. “He insulted me too.”
Pepe Reina stood up for Napoli Coach Maurizio Sarri after homophobia accusations from Roberto Mancini. “I respect him beyond football.”