INTER NEWS

Diego Milito is still a top player, says Gian Piero Gasperini – his former boss at both Genoa and Inter.
Those present at Wednesday’s Calciopoli peace talks have admitted that nothing has changed after a four-hour meeting.
A meeting with the intention of archiving Calciopoli for good has begun in Rome on Wednesday morning.
Inter boss Claudio Ranieri was delighted with victory in Genoa last night. “It was important to leave Marassi with a win.”
Genoa youngster Alberto Marchiori caused concern and halted play during his side’s match with Inter after collapsing on the sidelines.
Inter held off a late Genoa surge to win three crucial points thanks to Yuto Nagatomo’s second-half header.
Genoa have become the latest club to be associated with a summer move for Cristian Chivu of Inter.
Zenit St Petersburg defender Domenico Criscito is eager to face Inter in the knock-out stages of the Champions League.
Jonathan will remain at Inter despite attracting the attention of other clubs, his agent has commented.
In looking ahead to Genoa on Tuesday, Claudio Ranieri has again discredited the notion that Inter have turned a corner.
Diego Forlan has been included in the Inter squad for Tuesday’s re-arranged Serie A game at Genoa.
Inter chief Massimo Moratti admits that he is concerned by the injuries affecting playmaker Wesley Sneijder.
Roberto Baggio has cooled speculation that he and former Brescia teammate Pep Guardiola could team up together at Inter in the future.
Diego Milito of Inter is the unfortunate winner of the Bidone d’Oro award for the worst player of 2011.
Diego Forlan is desperate to return to action with Inter, but he doesn’t know exactly when he’ll be fit enough to play.
Javier Zanetti has insisted that his Inter side are still a competitive outfit – when everyone in the squad is fully fit.
Giampaolo Pazzini breathed a sigh of relief when scoring his first home goal of the season for Inter. “Finally!”
Delio Rossi concedes Fiorentina “have a lot of work to do” and refused to blame injuries for their defeat to Inter.
Claudio Ranieri does not want people to call this win Inter’s “turning point, but this is a team that gets back up after falling.”
Inter have Giampaolo Pazzini and Diego Milito together, but Fiorentina have lost Stevan Jovetic again.