INTER NEWS

Roberto Mancini admits he’d love to be Italy Coach, especially with the crop of talented young players, but Mario Balotelli “risks throwing away a career.”
Inter captain Mauro Icardi is again left out of the Argentina squad, but four Serie A players are included.
Stefano Pioli insists criticism of Inter “is nothing new” but warns the Nerazzurri “will raise our level even further”, starting against Cagliari on Sunday.
Inter are reportedly tracking Bayer Leverkusen’s Benjamin Henrichs ahead of a summer swoop for the right-back.
Chelsea boss Antonio Conte hopes to ‘build something important’ with the club, dismissing links with Inter.
Reports suggest that Inter are ready to invest €150m into the squad this summer.
Inter are reportedly ready to offer a large fee for Roma midfielder Kevin Strootman.
Andrea Petagna insists Atalanta “are already a big club and no less impressive than Milan or Inter.”
Former Inter and Napoli Coach Gigi Simoni believes “Juventus deserve what they win, but something always happens to give people bad thoughts.”
Roberto Gagliardini confirms Suning Group want to take Inter to “the top of the world”.
Andrea Ranocchia confirms he wants to stay with Hull City for next season, rather than return to Inter.
Luca Banti has been announced as the referee for this weekend’s showdown between Roma and Napoli.
Reports suggest Stefano Pioli could move to Jiangsu Suning, if Inter opt for a new Coach this summer.
Sandro Mazzola doesn’t believe Napoli will play their Primavera team against Juventus - “you say these things when you’re angry”.
Ronald de Boer says Inter didn’t give his brother, Frank, enough time - “Alex Ferguson struggled for years”.
Inter captain Mauro Icardi insists “I believe strongly in third place” and is “very confident” they can get there.
Mauro Icardi backs Coach Stefano Pioli, as Inter have made “a quantum leap” since he replaced Frank de Boer.
Luciano Moggi claims Napoli “use Juventus as the alibis of losers, just as they were in 2006” with Calciopoli.
Reports suggest that Napoli would be prepared to let Kalidou Koulibaly leave for €60m in the summer, with Chelsea still showing interest.
Inter may attempt an audacious bid to prize Radja Nainggolan away from Roma this summer, reports say.