INTER NEWS

Inter have reportedly accepted a bid from Sparta Prague for winger Jonathan Biabiany.
Reports suggest Inter have a €110m transfer budget for this summer, not including player sales.
Milan have joined Inter and Roma in the race for €25m-rated Paris Saint-Germain midfielder Grzegorz Krychowiak, claim Sportitalia.
Eder insists Italy “believe we can do well in Spain” in September’s World Cup qualifier after sweeping Uruguay aside 3-0 in a friendly.
Italy saw off Uruguay 3-0 in a Nice friendly thanks to a spectacular Jose Maria Gimenez own goal, Eder header and Daniele De Rossi penalty.
Gabriel ‘Gabigol’ Barbosa “will certainly not be going to play for Las Palmas,” declared the Inter striker’s agent, silencing reports from Spain.
Italy start Gianluigi Donnarumma, Ciro Immobile, Andrea Belotti and Lorenzo Insigne in a 4-2-4 formation as they face Uruguay in Nice.
Besiktas have officially confirmed the signing of Caner Erkin from Inter for €750,000.
Felipe Melo believes “if Roberto Mancini hadn’t left, Inter would be in the Champions League right now”.
Gabriel Barbosa’s father insists rumours of a move to Las Palmas are “inventions” and the striker will stay at Inter.
Fiorentina sporting director Pantaleo Corvino admits they expect “a quick reply” from Federico Bernardeschi.
Luciano Spalletti has landed in China ahead of being confirmed as Inter’s new Coach.
Cadena Ser claim Inter have agreed a deal to loan Gabriel ‘Gabigol’ Barbosa to Spanish side Las Palmas.
The Italy squad for the European Under-21 Championship has been announced, including Gianluigi Donnarumma, Federico Bernardeschi, Domenico Berardi and Roberto Gagliardini.
Daniele De Rossi hopes ex-Roma Coach Luciano Spalletti doesn’t find too much success at Inter, as “they will be our rivals for the top spots.”
Paris Saint-Germain have joined Inter and Manchester United in chasing Real Madrid talent James Rodriguez.
Javier Zanetti reveals Manchester United and other big clubs wanted to sign him, “but my love for Inter always tipped the scales.”
Roma President James Pallotta confirms “we only have to finalise things” with their new Coach’s club.
Fiorentina have officially confirmed that Stefano Pioli has been appointed to replace Paulo Sousa as Coach.
Serie A was ranked fifth in the UEFA coefficients for 2016-17, but retains a healthy lead over Ligue 1 overall.