INTER NEWS

Rubin Kazan midfielder Yann M’Vila is in Italy and confirmed he is “here for Inter.”
Inter’s Saphir Taider and Napoli’s Faouzi Ghoulam are included in Algeria’s starting line-up to face Belgium.
English media are reporting that Stevan Jovetic could be set for a loan move to Inter, with the Nerazzurri then having the option to sign him permanently.
Hernanes has welcomed the news that Walter Mazzarri will stay on as Inter Coach next season.
Andrea Ranocchia is reported as having turned down advances from Juventus and will soon ratify a new contract at Inter.
Massimo Moratti thinks Andrea Ranocchia should’ve been at the World Cup and felt bad for Roy Hodgson.
Napoli and Inter are reportedly preparing offers for Tottenham’s Brazilian midfielder Sandro.
Southampton striker Daniel Pablo Osvaldo could head back to Serie A for Inter with a buy-out clause worth €11m.
Erick Thohir has revealed that Inter are looking to Asia, South America and Eastern Europe for new players next season.
Manolo Gabbiadini’s agent has claimed that there has been no contact from Inter for his client.
Manchester City have confirmed that Bacary Sagna has joined on a three-year deal from Arsenal.
Massimo Moratti has admitted that ‘every now and then’ he thinks of a player he’d like to sign for Inter, but that he only offers advice now.
Julio Cesar admits “the pressure would’ve been enormous” had Brazil failed to beat Croatia in the World Cup opener.
There are reports Mattia De Sciglio could be ruled out of the World Cup, so Christian Maggio, Manuel Pasqual and others are on alert.
Neymar leads the way as hosts Brazil begin the World Cup against Croatia with Inter's Mateo Kovacic.
It’s reported Inter have agreed terms with Yann M’Vila and are working out the final details with Rubin Kazan.
Palermo President Maurizio Zamparini told Inter they’ll need to pay €17m for Uruguay striker Abel Hernandez.
Hernan Crespo says the three best Coaches he ever played under were Marcelo Bielsa, Jose Mourinho and Carlo Ancelotti.
Roberto Mancini has explained the reason for his departure from Galatasaray, saying the club’s targets are different to when he first arrived.
Shakhtar Donetsk boss Mircea Lucescu has remained coy on reports that midfielder Fernando will join Inter this summer.