INTER NEWS

Wolfsburg have told Inter to forget about €20m-rated Ivan Perisic. “We have no intention of selling.”
Ondrej Duda is “very happy” at reports Inter have agreed to buy him from Legia Warsaw for €6m.
Inter put Xherdan Shaqiri on the market, but he could turn down Stoke City and Tottenham for Atletico Madrid.
Galatasaray want Inter midfielder Gary Medel and could offer Felipe Melo as part of an exchange.
Although he’s close to Stoke City, Inter could propose Xherdan Shaqiri to Tottenham in exchange for Erik Lamela.
Inter have officially sold Argentine attacking midfielder Ruben Botta to Mexican club C.F. Pachuca.
Juventus chief Beppe Marotta claims Mohamed Salah and Stevan Jovetic will join Inter, while they are “open to Juan Cuadrado on loan.”
Mohamed Salah “will 100 per cent never return to Fiorentina. If he leaves Chelsea, it’ll be for Italy. Inter, Juventus, Milan and Roma are interested.”
There are reports Inter President Erick Thohir is flying in to secure Stevan Jovetic from Manchester City, on loan with option to buy for €20m.
An expert in sporting law warns Mohamed Salah is open to being sued by Fiorentina and cannot join Inter without Chelsea’s permission.
Juventus “will reject all offers” for Paul Pogba, find Juan Cuadrado “interesting” and deny involvement in the Mo Salah saga.
Inter have officially signed Martin Montoya from Barcelona, on loan with an option to buy.
Roberto Mancini hinted he’ll change captain, promised more buys, joked about Mohamed Salah and said Inter “must target the Scudetto.”
Inter Coach Roberto Mancini says he still has ‘belief’ in Xherdan Shaqiri but some players will ‘reluctantly’ be allowed to leave.
Inter Coach Roberto Mancini believes new signing Geoffrey Kongobia ‘can become one of the best in the world’.
Ivan Perisic’s agent reveals Wolfsburg are holding up the winger’s move to Inter - ‘the problem isn’t between us and Inter’.
Inter have officially announced the signing of Jeison Murillo, with President Erick Thohir praising his ‘never-say-die attitude’.
The agent who brough Mohamed Salah to Fiorentina turns on him, saying 'he lacked professionalism and respect'.
Fiorentina are reportedly looking to take legal action against Mohamed Salah rather than letting him go.
Mohamed Salah's representative reveals that the player will remain in Italy and Serie A, but not in Fiorentina.