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Friday May 22 2020
Mourinho: 'I knew we'd win after Barca'

Jose Mourinho ‘knew’ Inter would win the Champions League after beating Barcelona, admits being ‘harsh’ on his team and claims hugging Marco Materazzi meant ‘embracing all the Nerazzurri players’.

On this day in 2010, Inter completed the historic Treble with a 2-0 win against Bayern Munich in the Champions League Final.

The Portuguese tactician and the current Tottenham Hotspur coach spoke to La Gazzetta dello Sport about his relationship with the club and the players and why he immediately left after the campaign.

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Thursday May 21 2020
Rummenigge: 'Perisic's future not decided'

Bayern Munich CEO Karl-Heinz Rummenigge has claimed ‘it’s not yet decided’ if Inter loanee Ivan Perisic will remain at the Allianz Arena.

The Croatia international has returned from injury and will be at coach Hans-Dieter Flick’s disposal for the remaining fixtures in the German Bundesliga this year, but his future is still not clear.

Inter and Bayern agreed a loan deal with the option to buy the 31-year-old for €20m after the current campaign, but CEO Rummenigge reveals that Die Roten are yet to decide.

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Tuesday May 19 2020
Inter, Real Madrid and Bayern Munich create Solidarity Cup

Inter, Real Madrid and Bayern Munich have launched the ‘European Solidarity Cup’ in 2021, a tournament to raise funds and show appreciation for healthcare workers.

“The three clubs want to send a message of solidarity and use the proceeds to support medical infrastructures,” read a statement from the Nerazzurri.

“Out of solidarity and to highlight the importance of cohesion in Europe, the three clubs have agreed to stage the ‘European Solidarity Cup - Football for Heroes’.

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Friday May 15 2020
Inter: Mertens closer, Perisic...

Inter have reportedly agreed terms with Napoli forward Dries Mertens, but Bayern Munich have missed the first deadline to buy Ivan Perisic for €20m.

Inter have overtaken Chelsea for Mertens, and Corriere della Sera is now claiming they have formally presented a two-year deal worth €5m a season, with a signing-on bonus of €4m.

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Friday May 15 2020
Bayern to request Perisic discount?

Bayern Munich are allegedly not willing to pay the required €20m to sign Inter loanee Ivan Perisic on a permanent deal this summer.

Journalist Nicolò Schira has claimed Die Roten have decided against activating the clause in their deal with the Nerazzurri and will negotiate the price tag for the Croatia international.

The report claims Bayern will only be able to keep the winger if the price is discounted by Inter, as the €20m the two clubs agreed on last summer has been deemed too expensive by the Bundesliga giants.

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Wednesday May 13 2020
Inter postpone Perisic deadline

Inter have, according to La Gazzetta dello Sport, extended the deadline set for Bayern Munich’s option to buy Ivan Perisic.

The newspaper claims the two clubs have rearranged their existing deal and pushed the deadline set for May 15, when the German Bundesliga was supposed to be concluded.

Instead of it being the end of the championship, the date oversees the resumption after the forced break due to the coronavirus pandemic.

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Monday May 11 2020
Perisic fully recovered for Bundesliga sprint

Inter loanee Ivan Perisic has recovered from injury and will be available when Bayern Munich resume their campaign against Union Berlin on Sunday.

German outlet Kicker claims the Croatian winger has completely recovered from the ankle injury he suffered and will therefore be at coach Hansi Flick’s disposal when the Bavarians travel to the German capital this weekend.

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Thursday May 7 2020
Report: Werner price drops without title

Inter target Timo Werner’s price could drop to €50m if RB Leipzig don’t win the Bundesliga, but the Nerazzurri face competition from Liverpool for the German international.

The San Siro outfit have allegedly targeted Werner as the ideal replacement should Lautaro Martinez move to Barcelona this summer.

According to the Gazzetta dello Sport, his release clause will drop from €60m to €50m if the club doesn’t win the League this year.

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Tuesday May 5 2020
Perisic might stay on loan at Bayern

Inter and Bayern Munich will have to agree on the future of Ivan Perisic within the end of May and ideas of another loan deal in Bavaria have emerged.

The Bundesliga giants have an option to sign the player on a permanent deal for around €20m but, according to the Corriere dello Sport, the two clubs have to reach an agreement within the month.

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Sunday May 3 2020
Inter sales can fund Pogba swoop

Inter are determined to challenge Juventus, Real Madrid and PSG for the signing of Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba, claims La Gazzetta dello Sport.

It is widely reported the France international will leave Old Trafford this summer, especially after the club did not take up its option to extend his contract.

While Juve are trying to use players as part of an exchange, such as Miralem Pjanic and Douglas Costa, Inter would be more inclined to use a cash sum.

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