INTER NEWS

Cristian Zapata says he was sorry to see Massimiliano Allegri leave Milan, and calls the derby a ‘wasted opportunity’.
Former Inter defender Rolando could return to Italy with Juventus, according to reports.
Myron Markevych warned Dnipro “have nothing to lose” against Inter at San Siro, but is “pleased” with interest in Eugen Konoplyanka.
Inter miss Nemanja Vidic, Yann M’Vila and Danilo D’Ambrosio for their Europa League match with Dnipro.
New Serbia Coach Radovan Curcic declared he wants Inter defender Nemanja Vidic back on international duty.
Carlo Osti has made clear that Sampdoria do not intend to sell Manolo Gabbiadini, Stefano Okaka or any first team player in January.
Inter are reportedly set to offer Samir Handanovic a two-year extension to his current contract and a pay-rise.
Juan Jesus is ‘just happy’ and honoured to be coached by Roberto Mancini, and asserts Inter are looking to adapt to his tactics as soon as possible.
Roberto Mancini says Nemanja Vidic just needs time to adapt to Serie A, whilst it is normal for Mateo Kovacic to attract other clubs.
Roberto Mancini has warned of Dnipro’s ability away from home, but asserts his Inter will look to close out Europa League qualification tomorrow.
Inter will reportedly accelerate Mateo Kovacic’s new contract talks, as Real Madrid are showing interest.
New Inter venue commercial director David Garth expects it to be “a beast of a job” and explained the problems with Serie A.
Michael Essien is encouraged by Milan’s performance in the derby with Inter and rues the Rossoneri’s missed opportunity to win the game.
Inter are reported to be considering a move to bring Paris Saint-Germain’s Ezequiel Lavezzi back to Italy.
Walter Zenga admits that he will probably never become Inter Coach, as he discusses Sunday’s derby.
Bayern Munich winger Franck Ribery has spoken about the ailing fortunes of Milan and Inter, calling the situation “sad”.
Tottenham Hotspur and Chelsea are reportedly vying with Atletico Madrid for Inter’s Mauro Icardi.
Liverpool striker Mario Balotelli will not be returning to Italy anytime soon, as his agent dismisses links to Inter.
Massimo Moratti was happy with what he saw in the Milan derby from Inter, and he already says Roberto Mancini is doing ‘a good job’.
Mauro Tassotti has lamented Milan’s inability to keep clean sheets, and says they needed to handle possession better yesterday against Inter.