INTER NEWS

Having had his release from Inter confirmed on Friday, Lucio has immediately been linked with a switch to Juventus.
Hours after negotiating a termination of Lucio’s contract, reports are suggesting that Inter are keen to cut ties with Diego Forlan.
Brazilian defender Lucio has cancelled his contract with Inter by mutual consent, ending a three-year stint in Italy.
Arsenal have joined the chase for the Palermo and Inter owned goalkeeper Emiliano Viviano, reports Sky Sport Italia.
Eintracht Frankfurt officials have touched down in Milan on Friday to start talks with Inter over Luca Caldirola.
Spanish club Atletico Madrid made contact with Inter on Thursday in a bid to understand the transfer status of Giampaolo Pazzini.
Mauro Zarate believes he needs and is capable of the ‘best season of my career’ next term, so as to forget recent nightmares.
Gaby Mudingayi hints that if Napoli wanted him then they would have signed him by now, but he is still not giving up hope of a possible move south.
Despite strong links to the San Siro side this summer, Alejandro Gomez has not had an offer come in from Inter, says current club Catania.
President Massimo Moratti has warned Inter will “not make big investments” this summer, as they plan on making the most of their youth academy’s success.
Massimo Moratti points out Inter won’t be bringing in any more reinforcements unless they have sold some players first.
Siena have confirmed PSG are also in the running for Mattia Destro along with Inter, Juventus and Roma.
Sky Sport Italia are reporting that Andrea Ranocchia will hold talks with Inter about his future later today.
Palermo and Inter have taken no forward steps in their transfer talks for Rosanero stopper Matias Silvestre.
Inter may have to look elsewhere for a left-back after Roberto Mancini confirmed that he intends to keep Aleksandar Kolarov at Manchester City.
Andrea Ranocchia could hold talks about his future at Inter with club officials as soon as Tuesday afternoon.
Genoa President Enrico Preziosi has revealed it was Roma who made a firm offer for Mattia Destro, but Siena buying half the player “made it a complicated knot.”
The mystery over Mattia Destro’s future drags on, as Massimo Moratti hints at a Genoa deal and Siena warn “we’re waiting for offers from Juventus, Inter and Roma.”
Inter have signed Samuele Longo back from Genoa, Juventus handed Albin Ekdal to Cagliari and Gaetano D'Agostino is all Siena among several deadline day co-ownership agreements.
Genoa President Enrico Preziosi claims Mattia Destro will “never go to a club I didn’t agree with” despite the fact he’s now co-owned by Siena.