INTER NEWS

Inter sacked Stefano Pioli tonight and reportedly hired ex-Roma chief Walter Sabatini as their new director, making it more likely Luciano Spalletti will arrive.
In a shock announcement, Inter have fired Coach Stefano Pioli after two points from 10 games.
Gonzalo Rodriguez will be a free agent when his Fiorentina contract expires and Lazio are the favourites to snap him up ahead of Milan, Roma and Inter.
Massimo Carrera does not think Inter have much hope of luring Antonio Conte to San Siro from Chelsea.
Roberto Mancini has been touted as a possible successor to Unai Emery at Paris Saint-Germain.
Mario Balotelli is set to leave Nice at the end of the season, according to reports in France.
Daniele De Rossi is set to sign a new deal to remain at Roma, according to Sky Sport.
It is announced that Pescara's Ahmad Benali will receive a three-match ban, while Inter's Geoffrey Kondogbia will miss his side's next two games.
It is reported that Stefano Pioli is the favourite to replace Paulo Sousa as Coach of Fiorentina.
Gazzetta dello Sport report that Mauro Icardi's captaincy is one of a number of issues up for discussion at Inter.
The Corriere dello Sport claims Milan want Roberto Mancini for next season, while Vincenzo Montella is heading to Roma and Luciano Spalletti to Inter.
The changes to the Serie A schedule for Week 37 have been confirmed, including Napoli-Fiorentina and Lazio-Inter.
Antonio Candreva has apologised to Inter fans for “a bad year” but assures “we want to get back to the top”.
Inter have reportedly launched a mammoth €40m bid for Roma defender Antonio Rudiger.
The son of Inter legend Giacinto Facchetti has branded the club’s current crop “a bunch of zombies” and called for Lele Oriali’s return.
Week 36 was expected to be crucial in the relegation battle and the chase for the Europa League, but in truth there hasn’t been much change.
Marco Verratti’s agent insists the midfielder is “happy at Paris Saint-Germain” and there’s “no chance” he’ll join Juventus or Inter.
Reports suggest Inter are determined to get either Antonio Conte or Diego Simeone, offering wages of €15m per season.
Join us for all the build-up and action to tonight’s San Siro showdown, as Milan and Roma need victories to continue the European fight.
Gary Medel apologised to Inter fans after their 1-0 defeat to Genoa, which saw them practically wave goodbye to Europe.