INTER NEWS

Roma defender Juan Jesus believes he knows the reason why his old club Inter struggle for consistency. “I saw 50 players come and go.”
Former Roma director Walter Sabatini is reportedly an option to join the Inter staff, bringing Hull City Coach Marco Silva with him.
Milan full-back Mattia De Sciglio admits the derby with Inter is “crucial” - “both teams are aiming for Europe”.
Daniele Orsato will referee this Saturday’s Derby della Madonnina between Inter and Milan, the AIA has announced.
Antonio Candreva says Inter must do better in the final part of the season, and believes Gabigol “can be very important”.
Inter have reportedly cooled off over the idea of signing Roma midfielder Kevin Strootman.
Reports suggest that Dries Mertens accepted a contract renewal with Napoli, only for the deal to hit a stumbling block.
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.