INTER NEWS

Andrea Stramaccioni has remarked that he prefers having Inter perform well in the big games and not the smaller ones, as opposed to the other way around.
Giovanni Trapattoni has reflected that he sees an important similarity between his Juventus and that of Antonio Conte’s.
Inter stopper Juan Jesus is adamant that his side have a serious chance of winning the Scudetto this season.
Klaas-Jan Huntelaar’s agent has declared “Inter would give him the chance to show is a great player” more than Arsenal or Liverpool.
The Coach who discovered Antonio Cassano at Bari claims Napoli starlet Lorenzo Insigne “will be even better.”
Giovanni Trapattoni was inducted into the Italian Football Hall of Fame and tipped Antonio Conte and Andrea Stramaccioni as his heirs.
Inter midfielder Alvaro Pereira has spoken of his hopes for 2013. “I want to win the Scudetto!”
The agent of Marco Verratti has categorically ruled out a January transfer for the Paris Saint-Germain playmaker.
Hernanes is reportedly in no rush to sign a contract extension at Lazio because Inter are keen on his services.
Former Inter and Roma striker Adriano admits that he misses the world of Italian football.
Inter President Massimo Moratti insists the January transfer strategy “will not depend” on Wesley Sneijder and he believes in the Scudetto.
Inter may face competition this January for Corinthians midfielder Paulinho from Premier League outfit Chelsea.
Inter are reportedly taking steps to find cover for striker Diego Milito by opening talks with Cagliari over two of their forwards.
Antonio Cassano will reportedly receive a healthy €200,000 appearance bonus should he play any part for Inter against Lazio.
Javier Pastore has once more confirmed reports that he would prefer to stay with Paris Saint-Germain rather than return back to Serie A this January.
Andrea Stramaccioni will skip the latest part of his UEFA Pro Licence training, as it is a scheduled visit to watch League rivals Fiorentina train.
Tottenham have joined the queue of clubs hoping to sign unsettled Inter midfielder Wesley Sneijder in January.
Former Lazio and Inter Coach Gigi Simoni has commented on their crucial Serie A clash, claiming that the Nerazzurri have a slight edge.
President of the Italian Footballers' Association Damiano Tommasi believes Inter-Wesley Sneijder spat is just a 'misunderstanding'.
Reports have returned indicating that Inter are on the verge of agreeing to sell a 15 per cent stake in shares to a Chinese consortium.