INTER NEWS

It is reported that Antonio Conte is considering leaving Chelsea at the end of the season, with a return to Italy his preferred option.
Italy are expected to use a 4-2-4 formation against Albania on Monday with Eder, Antonio Candreva and Bryan Cristante stepping in.
Gabriel ‘Gabigol’ Barbosa insists he did not “fail” at Inter and has no intention of walking out early on Benfica. “European football is very different.”
Inter midfielder Marcelo Brozovic and Juventus forward Mario Mandzukic sustained injuries on international duty with Croatia.
Francesco Guidolin reveals he was offered the Inter job last year, came close to Juventus, Lazio and the Italy bench, but has “no regrets.”
Inter could get a ‘gift’ from sibling club Jiangsu Suning in January in the form of Ramires or Alex Teixeira on loan.
Former Milan President Silvio Berlusconi said Vincenzo Montella “understands very little” about football, reveals Sassuolo patron Giorgio Squinzi.
Giampiero Ventura again slammed the door on Jorginho, but confessed “if Italy play like in the second half with Macedonia, we’ll struggle in the play-offs.”
Luca Caldirola warns he could leave Werder Bremen after struggling for playing time. “I don’t feel the Coach has faith in me.”
Nikola Kalinic is back in training and should be fit for Milan in the Derby della Madonnina against Inter next weekend.
Italy added SPAL striker Federico Bonazzoli to the Under-21 squad for their friendly against Morocco on Tuesday.
World Cup winners Luca Toni, Mauro Camoranesi and Marco Amelia will all begin the course for their coaching badges on Monday.
Javier Zanetti believes Inter captain Mauro Icardi “has all the time to become the Argentina number 9”.
Milan have been handed a fitness boost after Luca Antonelli returned to training on Thursday.
Inter boss Luciano Spalletti has taken a cheeky swipe at critics of video assistant referees. “Maybe it poses them some disadvantages…”
Inter boss Luciano Spalletti believes Milan remain a ‘formidable’ side ahead of the Derby della Madonnina, despite their recent spate of defeats.
Paul Ince describes Massimo Moratti as “a great, great man” as he reflects on his Inter career.
Lorenzo Insigne appears to confirm Barcelona wanted him this summer - “I’d have liked to play with champions like Lionel Messi”.
Vincenzo Montella accepts the pressure which comes with the Milan job, and assures he’s focused on the Inter game.
Ivan Cordoba admits Inter slipped up on May 5, 2002 but “if it weren’t for other incidents it’d have been a different story”.