INTER NEWS

Fiorentina director Mario Cognini admits recently-fired Inter boss Stefano Pioli “fits the profile” of the Coach they’re looking for.
The sources continue to pile up with Real Madrid defender Pepe seemingly on the verge of joining Inter for a €5m per year salary.
Fiorentina director Pantaleo Corvino dodged questions on Stefano Pioli and the future, focusing on their European hopes against Lazio.
Fiorentina already confirmed the next Coach will be Italian, so Chloe Beresford looks at five candidates.
Fiorentina asked Laurent Blanc to replace Paulo Sousa next season, but were refused, according to Spanish paper Sport.
Caretaker Coach Stefano Vecchi promised to “cast aside” Inter players who don’t deliver after Stefano Pioli’s sacking. “Results are partly their own fault.”
Luciano Spalletti fuelled rumours he could join ex-Roma director Walter Sabatini at Inter. “If there was the chance to work together again, why not?”
Roberto Mancini assures Italian Coaches “are the best in the world” after Antonio Conte dominated the Premier League with Chelsea.
Spanish paper Marca claims Pepe will leave Real Madrid as a free agent to sign for Inter next season.
Italian sources continue to insist Antonio Conte has decided to leave Chelsea after winning the Premier League, with Inter, Barcelona and another club making offers.
Antonio Cassano has slammed Milan’s “team of runaways” and branded Inter “overrated”, although he hopes Patrik Schick joins the Nerazzurri.
Tottenham Hotspur manager Mauricio Pochettino has seemingly diffused links with Inter, stating “I have nothing to say about rumours”.
Roberto Gagliardini has denied claiming that the Inter dressing room is “like the detached headquarters of an anarchist group, with factions against factions”.
As Milan, Inter and Fiorentina all stumble toward the season’s finishing line, we take a look at the run-ins for the Europa League contenders.
Diego Simeone confirms ‘I’m staying with Atleti’, after multiple reports linking him with the vacant post at Inter.
Inter fans are said to be planning a protest against players and management when the Nerazzurri host Sassuolo this weekend.
Inter reportedly remain hopeful of tempting Antonio Conte to San Siro next season, despite the Coach having stated he will remain at Chelsea.
Patrik Schick has reportedly rejected a fresh contract offer from Sampdoria.
Sergio Romero shrugged off reports he was wanted by Inter. “I doubt I’ll be in Italy next season, as I’m happy at Manchester United.”
Inter are ready to offer Mauricio Pochettino double his current Tottenham Hotspur wages, while Luis Enrique is another name mentioned.