INTER NEWS

Maxi Lopez claims his ex-wife Wanda Nara “orchestrated and planned” an incident to make it look like he was plotting against Mauro Icardi for Argentina.
Roma Coach Luciano Spalletti is in Milan, with reports he could meet with Inter officials.
Inter are tracking Alex Meret as a potential replacement for Samir Handanovic, according to reports.
Roberto Gagliardini says Inter “have to be angry” about recent results, and aims for European qualification.
Milan’s incoming Chinese owners are reportedly considering replacing Vincenzo Montella with Roberto Mancini.
Lorenzo Insigne’s Napoli renewal has reportedly stalled over image rights, alerting Arsenal, Liverpool, Bayern Munich and Inter.
Stefano Pioli will reportedly stay at Inter, unless they can tempt Antonio Conte or Diego Simeone to San Siro.
Reports suggest Inter are considering Roma’s Luciano Spalletti as a replacement for Stefano Pioli.
Angel Di Maria warns Paris Saint-Germain it would be “madness” to sell Inter and Juventus target Marco Verratti.
Roberto Mancini claims that while Inter “have good players, I don’t know if you can say the same about their executives”, in another attack on Suning Group.
Inter have reportedly restarted their search for a new Coach after Stefano Pioli’s slump, with some interesting new names cropping up.
After Inter fell to a second consecutive defeat and Napoli established a cushion in third, here's what we learned in Week 32.
Join us for the build-up and action from all seven Serie A games, from Sampdoria-Fiorentina through Crotone-Inter, Milan-Palermo, Bologna-Roma and Lazio-Napoli.
Davide Nicola wants to “keep the dream alive” of securing Serie A safety after a shock victory over Inter put them within three points of Empoli.
Inter director Piero Ausilio was horrified by their 2-1 defeat to Crotone. “The team was superficial, arrogant and unacceptable.”
Vincenzo Montella saw “everything go perfectly” as Milan swept Palermo aside 4-0 at San Siro. “We cannot underestimate Inter now.”
Stefano Pioli admits Inter “didn’t have the right approach or give Crotone the right amount of consideration” in their 2-1 defeat.
Crotone dominated Inter in the first half and held on under pressure for the historic 2-1 victory that keeps their safety hopes alive.
Jeison Murillo admits Inter are “angry” after their defeat to Sampdoria and must avoid another slip-up with Crotone.
Inter need to get their campaign back on track, but visit a Crotone side that can smell the possibility of Serie A safety.