INTER NEWS

Inter and Roma face competition from Tottenham and Fenerbahce for Valencia winger Sofiane Feghouli.
Julio Cruz tips Mauro Icardi to net against Juventus today and believes Inter can win the Scudetto.
It’s reported Inter are in advanced negotiations for a sponsorship deal with Etihad Airways worth €125m over five years.
Adem Ljajic is out of Inter’s showdown with Juventus, but Stevan Jovetic is available.
The Stadio Giuseppe Meazza is sold out for the Derby d’Italia with 79,154 tickets sold for Inter v Juventus.
Claudio Marchisio and Mario Mandzukic are back in the Juventus squad against Inter.
Roberto Mancini hit back at Mateo Kovacic’s criticism after quitting Inter. “We never went to dinner together, that wasn’t my job.”
Roberto Mancini said the performance against Juventus “tells Inter if we can stay up there” in the Scudetto race.
Walter Zenga urged Sampdoria to face Frosinone with the same approach they took against Inter.
Max Allegri insists Inter are favourites for the Scudetto, but the Derby d’Italia “won’t be decisive” for Juventus.
Inter President Erick Thohir trusts the Derby d’Italia with Juventus “will be an excellent spectacle.”
Inter reportedly sent scouts to view Valencia winger Sofiane Feghouli for a January transfer.
Former President Massimo Moratti could sell his remaining Inter shares to an Arabian contingent.
Jeison Murillo claims he “always dreamed” of playing for Inter and knows all about the rivalry with Juventus.
A transfer intermediary reveals Napoli will sell Ivan Strinic, Jonathan de Guzman and Juan Zuniga, while Adem Ljajic rejected West Ham.
Gianluca Vialli analyses Inter v Juventus, including “Paulo Dybala is the new Carlos Tevez” and “Roberto Mancini is more zen.”
Domenico Criscito is reportedly seeking a January exit from Zenit for a return to Serie A, with Inter and Napoli linked.
UEFA reveal Juventus earned €89.1m from the 2014-15 Champions League campaign, more than any other club.
Juventus look set to return to a 3-5-2 shape for the Derby d’Italia with Inter on Sunday evening.
Ex-Juventus and Inter Coach Marcello Lippi can’t call the Derby d’Italia - “I don’t think there are favourites in these games.”