INTER NEWS

Roberto Mancini has called up seven youth players for Inter’s trip to Sassuolo tomorrow.
Juventus have beaten both Manchester United and Inter for Palmeiras striker Gabriel Jesus, say reports.
Roberto Mancini feels too much was expected of Inter, though he understands the anger of fans.
Roberto Mancini insists the 'challenges' Inter face means they'll remain behind Juventus, Roma and Napoli next season.
Roberto Mancini claims 'work is hard in these conditions' but he will stay at Inter 'if everybody's happy'.
Inter have set a price for Ivan Perisic at €35-40m as Chelsea won't relent on the player.
Roma full-back Lucas Digne and Juventus pair Paul Pogba and Patrice Evra have been named in the France squad for Euro 2016.
Felipe Melo’s agent confirms his client will stay at Inter for next season - “he won’t go to any other club.”
Inter could reportedly sell seven players, including Samir Handanovic, in order to fund their transfer campaign.
‘Inter messed up in January’ admits Mauro Icardi, who also has ‘no regrets’ with his use of social media.
Inter captain Mauro Icardi insists ‘I fear nothing, not even death’ and says after retiring he wants ‘to go bungee jumping’.
Inter’s Mauro Icardi reveals ex-Roma and Fiorentina striker Gabriel Batistuta ‘was my idol – I hoped to steal the secret of his power on the pitch.’
Zenit star Domenico Criscito reveals talks with Inter, he’s dreaming of Euro 2016 with Italy and hails Luciano Spalletti at Roma.
Mauro Icardi assured he “will absolutely stay” at Inter and “I see no unhappy faces in the locker room.”
Marcello Lippi said there’s “no truth yet” in reports he’ll become Italy technical director and advised Silvio Berlusconi to sell Milan.
Juventus are the ninth most valuable club in world football, according to Forbes, and earned $101m from the Champions League.
Inter Vice-President Javier Zanetti said “Roberto Mancini is certainly staying, but if Samir Handanovic and Stevan Jovetic aren’t happy, we’ll find a solution.”
Italian reports claim Inter have beaten Milan and Leicester City to Tonny Vilhena, who leaves Feyenoord as a free agent.
Reports in Italy suggest Walter Mazzarri will sign a two-year contract with Watford in the coming days.
Assane Gnoukouri’s younger brother, Zate, has been given a two-year ban for slapping a referee.