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Tuesday September 8 2015
Ljajic 'didn't think' about Inter move

Adem Ljajic “didn’t even need time to think” about his Inter move and hopes to debut in Sunday’s Milan Derby.

The Serbian international made the move from Roma on loan with option to buy, but only underwent his medical today.

“I am very happy to have come to Inter,” the striker told Inter Channel.

“It all happened on transfer deadline day, when I was in Belgrade with my national team, so this is my first day in Milan.

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Monday September 7 2015
Mancini: ‘Satisfying Inter mercato’

Inter Coach Roberto Mancini says he is ‘satisfied’ with his summer signings, and believes it’s ‘important’ that Serie A sides have begun spending big again.

The former Manchester City boss reflected on the summer mercato in an interview for his official website.

“Yes, I am satisfied, given that the market is strange and you are not always able to achieve all your goals,” he said.

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Sunday September 6 2015
Mancini highest paid Coach

Inter boss Roberto Mancini is the highest-paid Coach in Serie A, but Milan are paying three different tacticians.

La Gazzetta dello Sport held an investigation into the expenditure of the Italian top flight clubs.

They found that Mancini is the Coach with the biggest wages, earning €4m per season net plus performance-related bonuses.

That is the same sum earned by Italy manager Antonio Conte, although the Azzurri contract is partly paid for by sponsors Puma.

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Friday September 4 2015
Mancini has his XI

After a flurry of late transfer activity saw Inter sign four new players in the final two days of the summer window, Varun Mathure says that it is imperative for Nerazzurri Coach Roberto Mancini to deliver results.

Ten. That's the number of new arrivals at Inter this season. While for most clubs such a number might mean the addition of quite a few youngsters or bench players, the Nerazzurri revolution has finally arrived with as many as seven to eight of these additions expected to slot into the starting line-up.

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Friday September 4 2015
‘Mancini asked for 10 goals’

Geoffrey Kondogbia reveals Inter Coach Roberto Mancini expects him to score ‘at least 10 goals’ this season.

The midfielder joined the Nerazzurri this summer from Monaco, and while he has primarily been deployed in a defensive midfield role so far, the 22-year-old reveals the Coach expects him to hit double figures.

“He says he expects at least 10 goals from me,” Kondogbia told French radio station RTL.

“He says that to encourage me, but he really does want me to make a contribution going forward.”

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Friday September 4 2015
Telles: ‘No derby mistakes’

New Inter signing Alex Telles looks forward to his first Milan derby but knows they ‘can’t get anything wrong’.

The Brazilian full-back joined the Nerazzurri from Galatasaray on deadline day, and could make his official debut in ther Derby della Madonnina a week on Sunday.

“It's a different game,” Telles admitted in an interview with Inter Channel.

“We have to stay very focused. You can't get anything wrong, the side that makes the fewer mistakes will come out winners.

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Friday September 4 2015
Kondogbia: ‘Mancini makes me better’

Geoffrey Kondogbia admits Coach Roberto Mancini was central to his choice to move to Inter - ‘he knows how to make me better’.

The French midfielder appeared to be close to Milan this summer, but dramatically moved to their city rivals in a deal worth around €35m.

“I think Inter was the best choice,” Kondogbia reflected, speaking to Sky.

“I’m just starting to get to know the Italian League and the Coach, I think this is the best project for me to grow and improve at this point in my career.

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Friday September 4 2015
Thohir: 'Inter can aim for Scudetto’

Inter President Erick Thohir believes the Scudetto is possible this season but admits ‘it won’t be easy’.

The Nerazzurri have invested heavily in the squad this summer, bringing in the likes of Ivan Perisic, Stevan Jovetic, Geoffrey Kondogbia and Adem Ljajic.

Two wins from their first two Serie A games have given cause for optimism, and the patron believes a title challenge is possible.

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Thursday September 3 2015
Inter beaten by Lecco

Roberto Mancini encouraged Felipe Melo and Alex Telles after Inter suffered a surprise 2-1 defeat to Lecco.

The Nerazzurri newcomers made their debuts from the start in this friendly, but the result was a shock to supporters.

The Lega Pro side took the lead after just five minutes when Joelson made the most of a Martin Montoya error.

By the 20th, Cardino had also pounced on struggling Montoya to score a second.

Rodrigo Palacio missed a sitter when clear on goal, then ex-Galatasaray full-back Telles hit the bar.

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Thursday September 3 2015
Stankovic: 'Up to Mancini now'

Dejan Stankovic trusts the new Inter players can settle in quickly, “now it’s up to Roberto Mancini.”

The squad was almost completely revamped over the summer with many comings and goings, including transfer deadline day arrivals Adem Ljajic, Felipe Melo and Alex Telles.

The ex-Galatasaray duo were thrown straight into the starting XI for today’s friendly against Lecco.

“I am happy to have seen so many people here to see the game,” team manager Stankovic told Inter Channel.

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