INTER NEWS

Neymar leads the way as hosts Brazil begin the World Cup against Croatia with Inter's Mateo Kovacic.
It’s reported Inter have agreed terms with Yann M’Vila and are working out the final details with Rubin Kazan.
Palermo President Maurizio Zamparini told Inter they’ll need to pay €17m for Uruguay striker Abel Hernandez.
Hernan Crespo says the three best Coaches he ever played under were Marcelo Bielsa, Jose Mourinho and Carlo Ancelotti.
Roberto Mancini has explained the reason for his departure from Galatasaray, saying the club’s targets are different to when he first arrived.
Shakhtar Donetsk boss Mircea Lucescu has remained coy on reports that midfielder Fernando will join Inter this summer.
Juventus will play an August friendly in Singapore, while Inter pay a visit to Eintracht Frankfurt.
Inter announced they have bought out the remaining 50 per cent of Mauro Icardi’s contract from Sampdoria.
Former Inter defender Marco Materazzi is convinced President Erick Thohir will bring the good times back to San Siro.
Inter’s Jonathan says he considers himself 100 per cent Brazilian but would still consider playing for Italy in future.
Former Inter President Massimo Moratti denies he has anything to do with Tommaso Giulini’s imminent takeover of Cagliari.
Erick Thohir has claimed that Inter will ‘buy with care’ this summer, and admits that the Nerazzurri are ‘in transition’.
Valencia are listed as the latest club to have come in with an offer for Mirko Vucinic, but the Juventus man reportedly won’t lower his salary.
It is reported that officials from Inter and Porto will meet this coming week to discuss the transfer of Rolando.
River Plate President Rodolfo D’Onofrio says he plans to hold talks with Esteban Cambiasso over re-signing the player.
Racing Avellaneda President Victor Blanco says there is no rush for his club to sign Diego Milito.
Maxi Lopez says he could have hurt Mauro Icardi this season, but chose not to because he wanted to set a good example.
Tom Ince has reportedly ended speculation that he is to join Inter by saying his immediate future lies in England’s Premier League.
Mauricio Isla’s agent has denied reports that the Juventus defender could be on his way to Inter.
Inter President Erick Thohir has been cleared by Goldman Sachs bank to buy out the club and clear its debts.