INTER NEWS

Watford manager Walter Mazzarri will shake Antonio Conte’s hand, but warns the Chelsea boss is not his “friend.”
With problems for Sporting’s Joao Mario, Inter are in negotiations with Newcastle United midfielder Moussa Sissoko.
Napoli are looking to Benfica star Victor Lindelof after Torino slammed the door on outcast Nikola Maksimovic.
Roma Coach Luciano Spalletti explains he “chose Alisson because Wojciech Szczesny hadn’t trained much”.
Antonio Candreva “never rejected” Napoli, but always wanted to move to Inter this summer.
Arrigo Sacchi says Roma are second to Juventus, Napoli have the best Coach, Inter have good ideas and Milan are a dark horse.
Juventus reportedly met with Doyen Sports, but Inter still won’t discuss Marcelo Brozovic.
Marco Di Bello will be the referee for the Serie A curtain-raiser between Roma and Udinese as the Week 1 referees are announced.
Sampdoria have officially brought back Dodo from Inter, on a two-year loan with obligation to buy.
Juventus defender Medhi Benatia expects his old team Roma to “be there until the end” for the Scudetto.
Arrigo Sacchi speaks out on Serie A newcomer Frank De Boer: 'I like him a lot, but Inter right now are a giant question mark'.
Sporting CP's economic demands for Joao Mario are seen as too high by Inter, who are now playing a waiting game.
Inter have reportedly asked Tottenham Hotspur for Jan Vertonghen and Marcelo Brozovic could go the other way.
Inter are prepared to activate Lucas Alario’s €15m release clause to get him from River Plate, according to TMW.
Juventus general manager Giuseppe Marotta confirms Juan Cuadrado would be “welcome” but “it depends on Chelsea”.
The delay in Inter’s move for Joao Mario is reportedly due to Sporting’s request for a sell-on fee.
Andrea Ranocchia says there is still 'a long way to go' for Inter to absorb Frank De Boer's concepts, whilst remembering Roberto Mancini.
Inter's Frank De Boer says 'it's not a given that Juventus will be stronger', and discusses Napoli's Arkadiusz Milik.
Frank De Boer wants 'everyone to work for the team' and promises 'you'll see my true Inter in January'.
New Inter Coach Frank De Boer praises the 'enormous steps forward' shown by Italian football, whilst discussing Mauro Icardi.