INTER NEWS

Inter Coach Roberto Mancini isn’t giving up on the Champions League - “wait until the end”.
Coach Luigi De Canio says he was always confident Udinese would escape relegation and expects 'both teams to try and win' against Inter.
Paolo Tagliavento will officiate Fiorentina-Juventus, while Daniele Orsato has to handle Roma-Napoli.
Inter are apparently under an espionage threat as CEO Michael Bolingbroke found a bug in their offices.
Diego Laxalt's agent says Inter won't take him back from Genoa, which is 'a shame, he's hitting his prime'.
Inter are after Lazio's Antonio Candreva and may sign him thanks to the profits from the sale of Fredy Guarin.
The Chinese delegation from the Suning Group landed in Milan to meet Inter, with a sale deal apparently very nearly reached.
Coach Rolando Maran compares his Chievo to rivals Sassuolo, and opens to a future transfer: 'Scenarios can change'.
Inter have received a suspended one-match partial stadium ban for racist chants aimed at Napoli defender Kalidou Koulibaly.
Agent Nicola Giuliani explains Roberto Mancini could return to the Premier League and “Radja Nainggolan is very close to a Chelsea move.”
Frosinone midfielder Raman Chibsah has been handed a three-match ban, joining another 11 suspended Serie A players.
Ivan Cordoba discusses Calciopoli - “Inter weren’t convicted because they were innocent!”
Inter vice-President Javier Zanetti talks of his “respect and admiration” for Roma’s Francesco Totti.
Inter legend Beppe Bergomi admits “the Champions League seems gone, but Roma never give guarantees”.
Reports say Genoa could sign Cristian Ansaldi from Zenit to then sell him on to Inter or Roma for a profit.
Lazio captain Lucas Biglia’s agent has reportedly arrived in Rome as he edges closer to a Juventus or Inter move.
Antonio Conte reportedly sent his assistant to monitor Genoa’s Leonardo Pavoletti for Italy and Inter pair Ivan Perisic and Jeison Murillo for Chelsea.
Inter directors were reportedly at the Marassi to watch Genoa trio Cristian Ansaldi, Leonardo Pavoletti and Diego Laxalt.
Gian Piero Gasperini relished Genoa’s victory over Inter. “We had fuel in the tank and the desire to win.”
Roberto Mancini said Inter “deserved to win, so losing to Genoa is simply absurd. We need to improve in front of goal.”