INTER NEWS

Marco Materazzi thanked Zinedine Zidane for the World Cup, slammed “dishonest” Rafa Benitez and told Mario Balotelli he’s “throwing it away.”
Inter target Yaya Toure praises Roberto Mancini as his ‘mentor’, and says his decision won’t be about money.
Philippe Mexes says he wants to renew his contract with Milan, and reflects on the Derby della Madonnina.
It’s reported that Inter have delayed an official renewal for Mauro Icardi, but a deal is still in place between the two parties.
Milan goalkeeper Diego Lopez says ‘performances are improving’, and the Rossoneri are still targeting the Europa League.
Barcelona staff were reportedly in attendance at Sunday’s Milan derby to watch Inter’s Mateo Kovacic.
Former Inter President Massimo Moratti says the Nerazzurri ‘did well’ in the derby, and backs current patron Erick Thohir.
Lukas Podolski projects that he will leave Inter and be back at Arsenal in the summer, where he is confident he'll have first team chances again.
Carlo Ancelotti considers Inter, Roma and the Azzurri for a possible return to Italy, while praising Marco Verratti as 'heir' to Andrea Pirlo.
Paulo Dybala's entourage confirm that Paris Saint-Germain made an offer of €45m for the player, setting a new bar for the Juventus target.
Mino Raiola has called for a complete 'revolution' in Italian football, particularly Inter and Milan, and cites the example set by Juventus.
Erick Thohir believes 'no-one is to blame' after Inter failed to secure a victory against rivals Milan, saying the team had 'bad luck'.
Luca Antonelli assures it should not have been a penalty for his handball in the Milan Derby.
Pippo Inzaghi insists Milan tried everything to win the derby and have regrets over their first half chances.
Roberto Mancini believes Inter were denied a “clear penalty” and said Milan were “lucky” to get a draw.
Andrea Ranocchia felt Inter deserved to win the Milan Derby and slammed the officials for contentious decisions.
Both sides had goals disallowed in a fiery Milan Derby, but the San Siro showdown ended all square.
Inter director Piero Ausilio hailed Roberto Mancini for gambling on teenager Assane Gnoukouri in the Milan Derby.
Milan assistant manager Mauro Tassotti gave the reasoning behind Suso and Alex starting against Inter.
Roberto Mancini explained why he picked 18-year-old Assane Gnoukouri in the Milan Derby. “He doesn’t get anxious.”