INTER NEWS

Wesley Sneijder has revealed his belief that current Inter Coach Andrea Stramaccioni is responsible for his return to a healthier and happier state.
Inter have finally made official the appointment of Andrea Stramaccioni as Coach after finalising details on his three-year contract.
Inter stopper Andrea Ranocchia has ruled out the possibility of a summer move away from the Italian giants.
Inter intend to have their own purpose-built stadium by 2016, the Corriere dello Sport is reporting.
Inter are thought to be fighting Arsenal, Borussia Dortmund and Barcelona for 21-year-old Austrian defender Aleksandar Dragovic.
Walter Samuel is confident the Europa League can revitalise Inter. “Winning is in our DNA, so let’s win this and the European Super Cup.”
Italian newspapers suggest a €30m bidding war will break out between Inter and Napoli for Fiorentina talent Stevan Jovetic.
Mauro Zarate has warned Inter he is “very happy” to rejoin Lazio. “I left because of Edy Reja, but if Vladimir Petkovic wants me...”
Inter have offered €18m to sign Lucas, said the player’s agent, but Sao Paulo “immediately rejected the proposal.”
Emiliano Viviano is almost certain to leave Palermo this summer after just six months, with Maurizio Zamparini confirming he is talking to several clubs.
The agent of Douglas Maicon has cast doubt over his future at Inter. “He could extend his contract or leave.”
Napoli have reportedly agreed a deal with Inter over the permanent transfer of Goran Pandev to the Stadio San Paolo.
Cristian Chivu has yet to decide whether to accept a new contract at Inter or quit the club amid interest from Galatasaray.
Inter director Ernesto Paolillo has written an open letter to President Massimo Moratti after taking the decision to leave the club.
Reports in England suggest that Premier League champions Manchester City are interested in signing Inter’s Wesley Sneijder.
The Gazzetta dello Sport has revealed the financial details of Andrea Stramaccioni’s new contract with Inter.
Andrea Stramaccioni has extended his contract as Inter Coach “for another three years,” confirmed President Massimo Moratti.
Italy have their 23-man squad for Euro 2012 after Inter’s Andrea Ranocchia and Siena’s Mattia Destro were withdrawn this morning.
The agent of Milan target Francesco Acerbi has rejected talk that Inter and Juventus have also made a move for the defender.
The Corriere dello Sport is suggesting that Italian champions Juventus are interested in Andrea Ranocchia and Cristian Zapata.