INTER NEWS

Former FIGC President Franco Carraro says the 1998 Scudetto was won unfairly by Juventus as he discusses the Calciopoli verdicts.
Inter will send several players to Torino to secure the signature of Matteo Darmian, according to reports.
Concern for Inter, as Croatia medics say Mateo Kovacic has “a cruciate knee ligament injury and cannot play.”
Stevan Jovetic picked seven ex or current Serie A players in his all-time ideal XI, including Gigi Buffon and Paolo Maldini.
Luciano Moggi insists his Calciopoli fight “is not over” and joked Inter didn’t win “because they were incapable idiots.”
There are reports Liverpool are sending scouts to view Inter midfielder Mateo Kovacic, hoping he can repeat Philippe Coutinho’s path.
Inter are said to be in advanced negotiations to bring Udinese’s Brazilian midfielder Allan to San Siro.
Sampdoria director Carlo Osti explained the Niklas Moisander swoop and hopes to keep Matias Silvestre.
Inter striker Lukas Podolski was on target in Germany’s 2-2 friendly draw with Australia.
The Corriere dello Sport calculates it would actually help Inter if they didn’t qualify for the Europa League.
Sampdoria midfielder Roberto Soriano is attracting interest from Schalke 04, Inter and Manchester City.
Inter have announced that Dodo's surgery was a success, though no recovery time has been given.
Juventus director general Beppe Marotta believes Milan and Inter's crisis harms all of Italian football, whilst he compares Antonio Conte and Max Allegri.
Nemanja Vidic’s agent said he “should” stay at Inter next season and specifically requested a move there.
Lazio President Claudio Lotito said selling Hernanes to Inter was “a masterstroke” and slammed the old transfer costs.
Inter are in talks with Olympique Marseille and Ghana striker Andre Ayew, also linked to Roma and Napoli.
Domenico Criscito’s agent reveals Inter and Napoli wanted to sign him, and discusses Sebastian Giovinco’s start to life in Toronto.
Xherdan Shaqiri admits Inter aren’t on the level of Bayern Munich anymore, but he wants to help them get back there.
Bayern Munich’s Pepe Reina and Petr Cech of Chelsea are reportedly targets for Inter if Samir Handanovic leaves this summer.
Inter Coach Roberto Mancini insists he’s not under pressure at San Siro, despite a poor run of form.