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Tuesday July 30 2019
Conte: 'Inter owners are visionaries'

Antonio Conte laid out Inter objectives in Serie A and the Champions League for the present and future. “Our owners are visionaries.”

The Coach gave an interview to Chinese television PPTV during the pre-season tour of Asia and naturally the focus was on the club’s owners, Suning Group.

“Our objective is to become competitive again. We know full well that in Italy there’s a team with strong foundations, which is Juventus. Behind Juventus, Napoli settled in, but Inter have an important history and tradition.

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Tuesday July 23 2019
Conte: Never close to Juve

Inter boss Antonio Conte insists he was never close to returning to Juventus and that he feels ‘great responsibility to bring his club to their proper level’.

Conte has made no secret of his unhappiness about Inter’s failure to sign Edin Dzeko or Romelu Lukaku, but the Coach cut a calmer figure before Wednesday’s International Champions Cup clash with Juve.

“I didn’t have to be reassured,” he said.

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Saturday July 20 2019
Conte to have Inter summit on Monday

Antonio Conte is expected to meet with the Inter hierarchy on Monday to discuss the summer transfer campaign.

The Coach has been unhappy with the speed at which the club is moving on the market, and said as much yesterday.

“There’s no point denying the fact we’re having difficulties,” Conte said yesterday.

“There is still a pretty big problem in players coming in and going out, but primarily those who are meant to leave.

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Friday July 19 2019
Inter 'offer €83m for Lukaku'

Inter have reportedly upped their bid for Romelu Lukaku to £75m (€83m), but it is still short of Manchester United's £80m (€89m) valuation.

According to The Sun and The Times, Inter are now prepared to offer £60m up front, with £15m to follow in bonuses.

However, the newspapers report United are still not budging and want the Nerazzurri to commit to meeting their asking price in full.

The Sun, meanwhile, claims there is already discord between the Beneamata and new boss Antonio Conte over the striker.

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Sunday June 9 2019
Cagliari approach for Eder

Cagliari are reportedly interested in bringing former Inter striker Eder back from China, but his high wages could prove to be a stumbling block.

According to La Gazzetta dello Sport reporter Nicolò Schira, the Rossoblu want to kick off their centenary celebrations in 2020 by bringing in the veteran striker.

The Italy international joined Jiangsu Suning last year and is currently earning €5.2m per season in wages, which is too high for the Sardinians to match.

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Friday March 29 2019
Marotta: 'Wish Juve end was different'

Beppe Marotta denied trying to block Cristiano Ronaldo’s move to Juventus, but expected his departure to be “different” and defended his move to Inter.

The former Bianconeri director general was surprisingly let go by the Turin giants and a few months later took on the role of CEO at their bitter rivals.

This prompted Pavel Nedved to claim Marotta was “never a Juventino” even during his years with the Old Lady.

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Tuesday March 5 2019
Icardi left out of Suning promo

Suning Group has left Inter outcast Mauro Icardi out of a promotional poster as it emerges Wanda Nara has begun following Real Madrid on Instagram.

Icardi was nowhere to be seen on the graphic that announced Suning’s deal with electronics company AUX Group on Tuesday.

In the Argentine’s absence were Milan Skriniar, Stefan de Vrij, Lautaro Martinez, Ivan Perisic and new captain Samir Handanovic.

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Monday February 18 2019
Juve 'have third-richest owners'

Juventus have the world’s third-richest football club owners according to the Mirror, with Inter ranking ninth.

The newspaper writes the Agnelli family have a combined wealth of £10.4bn (€11.9bn), making Juve the Serie A side with the biggest backing.

Inter, for their part, are bankrolled by Suning Group, whose owner Zhang Jindong has a personal wealth of £5.2bn (€5.9bn), putting them ahead of Tottenham Hotspur in 10th place and city rivals Milan.

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Friday January 25 2019
OFFICIAL: Thohir sells Inter stake

Inter have announced that Erick Thohir has sold his 31.05 percent share in the club to Hong Kong-based fund LionRock Capital.

A statement on Inter’s official website read: “FC Internazionale Milano S.p.A announces that LionRock Capital has reached an agreement with International Sports Capital HK Limited to acquire their 31.05% shares in the Club. Thus, LionRock Capital becomes the new minority shareholder in Inter.

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Wednesday January 23 2019
Icardi 'close to Inter renewal'

Mauro Icardi is reportedly close to signing a new contract with Inter worth €7m a season.

According to Sport Mediaset, Inter owner Zhang Jindong and his President-son Steven personally stepped into negotiations with Icardi.

The broadcaster explains they offered the striker a €7m salary and a €180m release clause for foreign clubs, valid from July 15.

Consequently, it now considers the Nerazzurri captain putting pen to paper ‘a mere formality’ as ‘the white smoke is getting closer’.

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