INTER NEWS

A report in Corriere Fiorentino claims that Inter honorary President Massimo Moratti could be set to try to buy Livorno.
Former Inter man Luis Suarez cannot understand the club’s drop in form, but advises Hernanes ‘not to overdo it’.
Luis Figo has reflected that Italian clubs’ struggles in Europe are down to culture and that this must change in order for them to improve.
After a pulsating Week 32 that saw a couple of teams reignite their European hopes, Dave Taylor picks his best XI.
Hernanes has admitted the recent run in form at Inter was unexpected, but doesn’t put importance to it, convinced in the team’s quality.
Luis Figo has recommended that Inter check their ambition, whilst he sees no ‘real project’ in Milan’s transfer strategy of late.
Andrea Stramaccioni still has fond memories of his time at Inter and wishes successor Walter Mazzarri the best of luck.
English papers claim Inter are set to poach Manchester United chief operations officer Michael Bolingbroke.
Alessandro Diamanti believes one more win for his former Bologna teammates could be enough to keep them in Serie A.
The agent representing Cruzeiro midfielder Nilton has admitted that Inter are in negotiations regarding a summer move.
The Gazzetta dello Sport reveal this morning which players will be leaving Inter in the summer to make way for a raft of new signings.
Despite comments to the contrary, reports in the Italian Press claim that Erick Thohir is lining up a replacement for Walter Mazzarri.
The season is over for Juan Jesus, as the Inter defender has completely ruptured a knee ligament.
Erick Thohir assured “Walter Mazzarri will be the Inter Coach next season too” after this morning’s meeting.
Inter President Erick Thohir was unimpressed with the 2-2 draw against Bologna. “Samir Handanovic saved the point.”
Davide Ballardini said Bologna should “keep this attitude all the way to May” after pegging Inter back to a 2-2 draw.
Walter Mazzarri said he “should’ve smashed up the locker room” to keep Inter focused after a 2-2 draw with Bologna.
Despite Mauro Icardi’s brace and a Diego Milito saved penalty, Inter couldn’t get more than a 2-2 draw with Bologna.
Italian media claim Inter are close to a €30m deal for Porto striker Jackson Martinez, selling Samir Handanovic.
Javier Zanetti admits these could be his final weeks as a professional player. “We’ll see what the club wants.”