Andre Villas-Boas confirms “Italy obviously interests me”, and reveals “over the years I’ve had contact with Inter and Roma”.
Claudio Ranieri has vowed to bring an Italian edge to Fulham. “For us Italians, it is important to maintain a clean sheet.”
Juventus are reportedly pressing for Sandro Tonali but would let Brescia keep the starlet on loan.
Roma are holding their breath after Kostas Manolas appeared to sprain his ankle while playing for Greece.
Antonio Candreva admits Inter’s performance against Atalanta “was not up to standard” and he’s struggling with so little playing time.
Former Juventus director Beppe Marotta is ready to join Inter, but he had been in talks with Paris Saint-Germain, it’s reported.
Gianluigi Donnarumma admits he was “too embarrassed to talk to Cristiano Ronaldo” and is proud to represent Italy against Portugal.
Inter are hoping to sign Tottenham Hotspur defender Jan Verthongen on a free transfer, according to reports in Italy.
Inter will have to make around €50m of player sales by June 30 to meet their Financial Fair Play obligations, according to reports.
Atalanta Coach Gian Piero Gasperini believes Inter could be the team to “throw Juventus off the throne”, and wouldn’t sign for a Europa League place now.
Inter captain Mauro Icardi reveals he has taken new signing Lautaro Martinez under his wing - “we’re always together”.
With Giuseppe Marotta expected to take a role at Inter, they will reportedly pursue many of the same targets as the Juventus.
Eduardo Salvio could be heading to Inter as a free agent next summer and the Benfica man’s agent dropped a massive hint.
SPAL President Francesco Colombarini warns Italy international Manuel Lazzari “will cost €20m, but he won’t move in January.”
Marko Arnautovic wants to leave West Ham United and “win a few trophies. Why not return to Italy? He could prove that Inter weren’t wrong to bet on him.”
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Inter’s CEO feels “there are all the conditions to be able to proceed quickly” on the shared stadium project with Milan.
Inter are reportedly ready to make a move for Porto midfielder Hector Herrera, whose contract expires next summer.
Inter CEO Alessandro Antonello confirms Beppe Marotta is ‘welcome’ but warns ‘nothing can be said until there’s a signature’.
Lautaro Martinez insists ‘I’m at Inter because I want to be there’ as it is reported Racing Club failed in a bid to bring the striker back on loan.