INTER NEWS

Massimo Moratti has backed Inter’s “obvious” decision to sack Stefano Pioli as the Nerazzurri have “a psychological problem and there’s nothing we can do”.
Inter are going all-in for Tottenham Hotspur manager Mauricio Pochettino as their Coach for next season, as Antonio Conte won’t leave Chelsea.
Eder slammed his teammates and warned “if there’s someone who doesn’t want Inter 100 per cent, then it’s best they just say so and leave.”
Inter's Samir Handanovic says he understands the fury of the club's fans following the defeat to Sassuolo.
Join us for all the build-up and action as it happens from today’s Serie A games, from Inter-Sassuolo through Torino-Napoli on to Roma-Juventus.
Inter caretaker Coach Stefano Vecchi saw improvements despite the 2-1 home defeat to Sassuolo and the fans “have every right to protest.”
Inter’s crisis intensified with a 2-1 home defeat against Sassuolo, as Pietro Iemmello’s brace stunned a protesting San Siro crowd for their fourth consecutive loss.
Mediaset Premium claim Sassuolo Coach Eusebio Di Francesco has agreed to replace Luciano Spalletti as Roma Coach next season.
Inter director Piero Ausilio reveals they fired Stefano Pioli to shake up the players and “it wasn’t fair to leave him hanging,” but denies a deal for Real Madrid defender Pepe.
Inter caretaker manager Stefano Vecchi will “rely on the talent of the players – and there’s a lot of that” against Sassuolo today.
Inter sacked Stefano Pioli on Tuesday and are transformed again as they host Domenico Berardi’s Sassuolo and risk losing sight of Europe.
It is reported that Stefano Pioli is to be handed a two-year contract to take over as Coach of Fiorentina.
Domenico Berardi admits Inter are 'the team of his heart' but will not discuss potentially joining the Nerazzurri.
Parma are the latest Italian club to be taken over by Chinese investors, who could hire Hernan Crespo as Vice-President.
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.”