INTER NEWS

Hernanes believes that it will take two years before Inter are back challenging for the Scudetto.
Patrice Evra’s agent has revealed that the Manchester United defender has yet to make a decision on his future.
Inter have made official the news that they have terminated Romanian defender Cristian Chivu’s contract.
Carlo Ancelotti has considered the differences that he sees between football in Italy’s Serie A and Spain’s La Liga.
Walter Mazzarri named his Inter squad for the Monday night trip to Livorno without Hugo Campagnaro.
Inter Coach Walter Mazzarri warned Livorno will be “tough” on Monday, especially against many of their own players.
Fluminense left-back Carlinhos confirms “there are talks on-going” with Inter and he is enthusiastic about the move.
Inter President Erick Thohir confirmed they will “review all the players” and are already planning transfer strategy.
Massimo Moratti said Italian referees are “afraid” to award Inter penalties. “The situation has become comical.”
Inter continue their summer plans with requests for Casemiro, Bacary Sagna and John Obi Mikel.
Simone Scuffet is only 17, but is already tipped for a World Cup place. “It’d be a dream to follow Gigi Buffon’s footsteps.”
Liverpool already snapped up Philippe Coutinho and are reportedly planning a similar deal for Inter’s Mateo Kovacic.
It’s reported Inter President Erick Thohir and Coach Walter Mazzarri discussed Chelsea striker Fernando Torres.
Inter’s Fredy Guarin has praised the club’s fans and says his relationship with them has not suffered since almost joining Juventus.
Former Inter boss Jose Mourinho believes that should Juventus win the Europa League, the club should not consider it ‘a real success’.
Mateo Kovacic’s agent has insisted that the playmaker has no issue with Inter Coach Walter Mazzarri.
Serie A clubs increased revenue last season by eight per cent, but also spending by four per cent, with total debt set at €1.5bn.
Walter Mazzarri felt Inter “fully deserved a victory” against Udinese and explained why he bit a water bottle.
Francesco Guidolin admits Udinese were “under siege for 20-30 minutes,” but liked their approach to Inter.
Udinese’s 17-year-old goalkeeper Simone Scuffet was man of the match, but asked for Samir Handanovic’s shirt.