INTER NEWS

The Sunday People claims Juventus, Inter and even his old club Roma will make January offers for Tottenham’s Erik Lamela.
Inter Vice-President Javier Zanetti said it is “a great pleasure” to have Roberto Mancini back on the bench.
Beppe Marotta reveals just how badly Juventus greeted Max Allegri and told Roma that controversy “only fires us up more.”
Italian media claim Roberto Mancini’s top Inter target is Alessio Cerci, but in England they see a bid for Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard.
Not only is Italy-Croatia at risk due to flooding in Milan, but Tuesday’s game with Albania in Genoa could also be scrapped.
Italy Coach Antonio Conte and captain Gigi Buffon welcomed Roberto Mancini back to Serie A with Inter.
Mateo Kovacic prepares for Italy-Croatia, but also said “thank you” to sacked Inter boss Walter Mazzarri.
Inter adopted a 4-3-1-2 system in Roberto Mancini’s first training session, using Rodrigo Palacio behind Daniel Osvaldo and Mauro Icardi.
Inter CEO Michael Bolingbroke explained the decision to sack Walter Mazzarri and bring in Roberto Mancini.
Roberto Mancini said he’s tactically versatile at Inter, won’t reunite with Mario Balotelli and is excited by the lack of transfer budget.
Roberto Mancini feels he can help Inter with what he learned at Manchester City and Galatasaray. “It’s different to a decade ago.”
Roberto Mancini admits he “never thought I’d come back to Inter, but I believe in this project and it all happened so quickly.”
It’s reported four Inter players were in tears when Walter Mazzarri announced he had been sacked yesterday.
Roberto Mancini has reportedly requested Inter sign the likes of Mario Balotelli, Erik Lamela, Alessio Cerci and Aleksandar Kolarov.
Juventus and Fiorentina target Lukas Podolski again slammed Arsenal and hinted at a January move. “Anything is possible.”
Roberto Mancini’s Inter staff should include Daniele Adani and Josè Duquè, firing Beppe Baresi after 31 years.
President Erick Thohir “really did not like” sacking Walter Mazzarri, but Roberto Mancini “already knew Inter.”
Roberto Mancini considers “Inter to be my home” and is sure the squad is “superior to the level shown so far.”
Former Inter hero Evaristo Beccalossi believes Walter Mazzarri’s dismissal was “inevitable” and trusts Roberto Mancini to deliver.
Ex-Inter star Fulvio Collovati trusts Roberto Mancini will bring a “winning mentality,” but Walter Mazzarri wasn’t entirely at fault.